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Teaching telecommunications to electronics technical engineers: an integral course on telecommunication systems

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1 Author(s)
G. K. Pagiatakis ; Dept. of Telecom Investment, Hellenic Organ. for Telecommun., Athens, Greece

This paper describes the rationale and the content of a two-semester four-hour-per-week course titled Telecommunication Systems. The course covers telecommunications in an overall manner, avoiding the segmentation of the telecommunications subject and introducing the student to the theoretical and engineering aspects of telecommunications in the shortest time possible. The course consists of six consecutive modules (basics, signals and systems, transmission techniques, telecommunication links, networks and services, and market issues). Besides offering background telecommunication knowledge and providing the student with a clear and well-structured overview of the overall telecommunications subject, it aims at introducing the student to the basic methodology for treating practical engineering problems.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 2 )