Lecture : 3 Year: IV
Tutorial: 1 Part: I
The course is introduced by IOE for BE Electronics and Communication (BEX).
Course objectives: To continue the study of modern communication systems, their characteristics and design.
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- Telecommunication Networks: [4 hours]
- Evolution of telecommunications [History of telecommunication-wiki]
- Classification of switching system
- Transmission Media: [4 hours]
- Transmission media characteristics
- Transmission lines
- Hybrid Transformer and circuits
- Signal and noise measurement
- Signal Multiplexing: [4 hours]
- Frequency division multiplex, Wavelength division multiplex [What is Wavelength Division Multiplexing]
- Space division multiplex
- Time division multiplex; North American TDM system, The European E1
- Digital Switching: [8 hours]
- Digital Telephone Exchange
- Space(S) Switch
- Time(T) Switch
- ST, TS, STS and TST switch
- Comparison between TST and STS switch
- Signaling System: [4 hours]
- Classification of Signaling Systems: Channel Associated Signaling and Common Channel Signaling
- ITU Common Channel Signaling System # 7 (SS7)
- Telephone Traffic: [9 hours]
- Network Traffic load and parameters
- Loss System: Grade of service (GOS) and Blocking probability [Grade of Service and Blocking Probability]
- Delay System: Queuing theory
- Numbering Plans, Charging Plans
- Telecommunication Regulation: [2 hours]
- Purpose of ITU(International Telecommunications Union)
- NTA(Nepal Telecommunications Authority)
- Data Communication: [10 hours]
- Switching Techniques in data Communication
- IP Switching
- Soft Switching
- Routing and Flow control
- John C. Bellamy “Digital Telephony“John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Roger L. Freeman “Telecommunication System Engg. “ John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- A. S. Tanenbaum “Computer Networks” Prentice Hall.
- Telecommunication Switching Systems and Networks, by Thiagarajan Vishwanathan
The questions will cover all the units of the syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated below:
* There may be minor deviation in marks distribution.