Assignment Fall 2016
Module: Digital Communication (ELEC 20004) ID NUMBER
Level: 2 Max. Marks: 100
Differentiate the types of pulse modulation techniques implemented in communication systems;
Critically evaluate the baseband demodulation and detection techniques;
Critically evaluate digital modulation techniques including multi-level digital modulation.
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Each question carries 20 marks.
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Date of submission 27/12/2016
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