AE2B37ROZ - Radio Circuits and Devices - Laboratory practices

The goal of the subject is to inform the students about properties, parameters, and design methodology of radio circuits, radio function blocks, and more complex blocks of radio transmitters and receivers. The lectures are devoted sequentially to elements, circuits, function blocks, and systems which are used at radio frequencies. The exercises are both seminar and laboratory; the seminars are devoted the basic calculations from the area of the radio function blocks, and the measurements are devoted to both basic function blocks and more complex problems from the area of radio transmitters and receivers.


News

  • Course is opened if at least five students are registered

Practices

  • Thuesday, 9:15 a.m. - 12:00 a.m., taking place every two weeks
  • Laboratory teacher: Ing. Karel Ulovec, Ph.D. (e-mail)
  • Seminar teacher: Ing. Pavel Puričer (e-mail)


Requirements for assessment

Final tasks and questions after the measurements have to be done.


Program of practices


Labs

  1. Software Defined Radio - will be demonstrated by the teacher
  2. Digital video broadcasting measurement
  3. Measurement on AM receiver
  4. Experiment on Sampling Process – Signal Sampling and Reconstruction


Registered Students

Measurement guides

Everyone is asked to come to laboratory practice with his own printed copies of measurement guides for labs 2, 3, 4. It is obligatory to study measurement guides before laboratory practice and prepare homework. Measurement results (calculations, tables, graphs,…, final answers) must be elaborated immediately during measurement and checked up by teacher at the end of laboratory practice.

Click >here< to open web page with the lab guides. You must login with name and password announced by teacher.


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