BYU ECEn 564
Radar and Communication Systems
Fall 2015
MWF, 2:00 - 2:50 pm, 406CB



Dr. David G. Long
Professor
CB 270
Office Hours: available only by appointment. See the Dean's secretary in 270 CB.
(801) 422-4383
long@ee.byu.edu
 
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ECEn 564 covers the design and performance of modern surveillance radar and satellite telecommunication systems. Topics covered during the course include: the radar ambiguity function, modulation, signal detection, link budgets, spread spectrum, system design, and system performance trade-offs. Issues related to the design of satellite communication systems are discussed.


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