EIE579 - Advanced Telecommunication Systems
Spring Semester, 2017
Géza Kolumbán - Department of Electronic and Information Engineering
Dr.habil, D.Sc., Ph.D.
Full CV in PDF
List of Publications
Top-cited IEEE Trans.
List of citations
IEEE CAS Magazine
Tutorial in PDF
Use of SDE Concept
Proceedings of the IEEE
Invited tutorial in PDF
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Addition to the theory and practice of advanced mobile telecommunication systems, EIE579 also discusses software defined electronics. To equip the students with a solid theoretical and practical skill, laboratory experiments are included where a 915-MHz FSK radio link and different BPSK transceivers are implemented and tested. In the radio link built in the laboratory experiment one networking device is implemented by a conventional HW-type SoC FSK transceiver (Texas, TRF6900EVM), while the other device is implemented by the SDE approach. The transformation between the BB data sequences and the analog microwave signals are performed by a Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP).
For further information on the SDE approach please refer to the following tutorial:
Picture of testing a 915-MHz FSK radio link in EIE Communications Laboratory (DE502). The green Printed Circuit Board (PCB) on the left side is the TRF6900 Evaluation Module, while the grey box on the right side is the USRP device.
Picture of testing a QPSK transmitter built with a raised cosine pulse shaping filter in EIE Communications Laboratory (DE502). The SDE concept was used to implement the QPSK transmitter entirely in SW and the USRP device (notice the gray box) was used to reconstruct the analog microwave signal from the BB data sequence.
Budapest day and nightPictures of Budapest, the capital of Hungary
Virtual tour to the Hungarian Presidental Palace
09 April 2017