EETE2210 - Telecommunications I
EETE2210 Telecommunications I 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites EETE2150, EETE2102
Goal To explores analogue and digital concepts, and introduces telecommunications basics such as networks, business communications systems, signaling, Internet telephony, and switching.
This course should enable the student to:

  1. Understand the fundamental concepts and terminology of telecommunications.
  2. Apply telecommunication's concepts and principles to solve engineering problems.
  3. Demonstrate skills and abilities needed to conduct an experiment.
  4. Know basic sequence of steps in fault diagnosis.
A student who satisfactory complete the course should be able to:

  1. Explain various types of telecommunications systems.
  2. Distinguishes between different types of modulations.
  3. Describe a number of transmission media used by the telecommunication industry.
  4. Distinguishes between analogue and digital communications.
  5. Design a simple telecommunications system.
  6. Break down a system into its main components.
  7. Compare and contrast key elements of a telecommunication infrastructure.