Telecommunication Systems and Networks
|B2B32TSI||KZ||4||2P + 2L||Czech|
- Garant předmětu:
- Ivan Pravda
- Petr Jareš, Petr Ondráček, Ivan Pravda
- Department of Telecommunications Engineering
The course introduces principles and functions of digital telecommunications systems, both transmission and switching systems as well as converged packet-oriented systems interconnected into universal telecommunication networks.
General overview of electronics and ICT
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Telecommunication channels, digital signal transmission, theory of information.
2. Type of telecommunication networks, telecommunication and data networks.
3. Telephone communications methods, digitalization of voice signal.
4. Hierarchy of transmission systems SDH, OTH, Ethernet
5. Examples of transmission systems and their parameters
6. Access networks, types, xDSL connections
7. Switching systems, generations, classic telephone connections
8. Signaling in networks, next generation network, VoIP technology
9. Quality of service, trends in telecommunication networks and services, cloud computing
10. Mobile networks, types, generations, transmission of voice signal and data.
11. Principles of modulation and access to medium in cellular networks
12. Principles of communication and signaling in 2G mobile networks
13. Principles of communication and signaling in 3G mobile networks
14. Introduction to 4G mobile networks.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1. Introduction. Content of practices. Requirements to obtain the credit.
2. Counting with logarithms and description of transmission chains (I).
3. Counting with logarithms and description of transmission chains (II). Assignment of seminar projects.
4. Lab. task 1 (Configuration of interconnection and synchronisation in network).
5. Lab. task 2 (Measurement on PBX).
6. Lab. task 3 (Analyses of subscriber line).
7. Lab. task 4 (Analyses of TCP/IP protocols).
8. Lab. task 5 (Voice over IP networks).
9. Network simulators used in telecommunication networks (I).
10. Network simulators used in telecommunication networks (II).
11. Presentation of seminar projects, check of elaborated tasks (I).
12. Presentation of seminar projects, check of elaborated tasks (II).
13. Excursion into Research and Development Centre (RDC).
- Study Objective:
The course will allow students to understand the principles of large telecommunication networks, particularities of access and backbone networks as well as fixed and mobile systems. After completing the course, students will be knowledgeable in telecommunication technologies and networks and they will be able to solve partial problems related with the operation of currently used technologies.
- Study materials:
Green, H. J.: The Irwin Handbook of Telecommunications. 5. vyd. New York, NY, USA: McGraw-Hill, 2006. ISBN 0-
Sauter, M.: From GSM to LTE-Advanced: An Introduction to Mobile Networks and Mobile Broadband, Revised Second
Edition. Wiley. 2014. ISBN 978-1-118-86195-0
- Further information:
- Time-table for winter semester 2023/2024:
Wed Thu Fri
- Time-table for summer semester 2023/2024:
- Time-table is not available yet
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Electronics and Communications 2018 (compulsory course in the program)