Select your KTU B.Tech ANALOGUE COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Notes from the following list of modules.
Analog Communication Engineering is a subject that deals with the transmission of information through analog signals. It is a crucial subject for students pursuing electronics and communication engineering. The syllabus of this subject includes various modules such as Module 1: Introduction to Analog Communication, Module 2: Amplitude Modulation, Module 3: Angle Modulation, Module 4: Pulse Modulation, Module 5: Noise and its Effects on Analog Communication, and Module 6: Digital Communication. The subject is taught in the seventh semester of the 2019 schema at KTU, Kerala.
Module 1 of Analog Communication Engineering introduces students to the basics of analog communication, including the types of signals, modulation, and demodulation. Module 2 focuses on Amplitude Modulation, which is a technique used to transmit information by varying the amplitude of a carrier wave. In Module 3, students learn about Angle Modulation, which includes Frequency Modulation (FM) and Phase Modulation (PM). Module 4 covers Pulse Modulation, which includes Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), and Pulse Position Modulation (PPM). Module 5 deals with Noise and its Effects on Analog Communication, including types of noise, noise figure, and signal-to-noise ratio. Finally, Module 6 covers Digital Communication, which includes the basics of digital communication, digital modulation techniques, and digital demodulation techniques
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