COE 205 Computer Organization & Assembly Language
Term 042

SEC

TIME

Location

1

SMW 11:00 AM – 11:50 AM

22-119

Catalog Description

I

Introduction to data communication. Overview of the OSI model. Frequency response, bandwidth, filtering and noise. Fourier series and Fourier transform. Information theory concepts: Nyquist's theorem, Shannon's and Sampling theorems. Analog and digital modulation techniques. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM). Communication systems circuits and devices. Data encoding. Physical layer protocols. Data link control (point to point communication, design issues, link management, error control, flow control). Multiplexing and switching.

 Coerequisite: STAT 315

 

Text Book

Data and Computer Communication,

William Stalling, Prentice Hall International, 7th Edition, 2004

Grading Policy                  

ØHomework Online submission is required (WebCT) 15%
Quizzes Pop quizzes. be ready every class 15%
ØMajor Exam I Thursday March 17th 12:00 Noon 25%
Major Exam II TThursday April 28th 12:00 Noon 25%
Final Exam TBA 25%
TOTAL   105%

                                                

Week

Topic

Textbook Section

12-16

FEB

Communication Model - Data Communications Networking

Lecture 1

1.1 - 1.3

19-23

FEB

Protocols (characteristics and functions)

Protocol Architecture (OSI and TCP/IP models)

2.1 - 2.4

26 FEB

2 MAR

Data Transmission (concepts and terminology),

Analog and Digital Data Transmission

3.1 - 3.2

5-9

MAR

Fourier Series Analysis and Fourier Transform Representation

Fourier

Transform

12-16

MAR

Transmission Impairments – Nyquist formula and Shannon’s Capacity

3.3 - 3.4

17 MAR

Major Exam I (NOON)

 

19-23

MAR

Transmission Media: Guided & Wireless

4.1 - 4.2

26 -30

MAR

Data Encoding: Digital Data – Digital Signals

5.1

2-6

APR

Data Encoding: Digital Data – Analog Signals

5.2

7-15

APR

Midterm brake

 

16-20

APR

Data Encoding: Analog Data - Digital Signals, Analog Data – Analog Signal

5.3 - 5.4

23-27

APR

Data Encoding: Analog Data – Analog Signal

5.4 - 5.5

28 APR

Major Exam II (NOON)

 

30 APR

4 MAY

Asynchronous and synchronous data interface, Error Detection

6.1 - 6.3

7-11

MAY

Flow Control (stop-and-wait and sliding window flow) and Error Control, HDLC

7.1 - 7.2

14-18

MAY

Error Control, HDLC

7.2 – 7.3

21-25

MAY

FDM and Synchronous TDM

8.1 - 8.2

28 MAY

1 JUNE

Synchronous TDM, Statistical TDM, and ADSL

8.2 - 8.4

4-14

JUNE

Final Exam