Digital Communications 1
Course No. 389.163
2020S, VU, 3.0h, 4.5EC
At the beginning of each exercise unit, the solutions for two mandatory problems have to be handed in. By presenting solutions on the blackboard, students can earn up to 20 credits during the entire semester. The number of credits earned for a presentation depends on the difficulty of the problem and the quality of the presentation and solution. A collection of possible exercise problems can be found in the lecture notes. The specific problems (including the mandatory problems) for each exercise unit will be announced on this website and in TISS at least one week in advance.
Admittance to the written exam:
Admittance to the oral exam:
To be admitted to the oral exam, at least 40 credits must be earned at the written exam. Under this condition, the credits of the written exam are added to those of the exercise units, and an intermediate grade is obtained as follows:
The final grade depends on the intermediate grade and the oral exam.
The problem numbers correspond to the problems in the lecture notes. Credits that can be earned by presenting the problem are indicated by (x). Mandatory problems that have to be handed in are marked by *.
1st exercise unit: To be determined (TBD)
2nd exercise unit: TBD
3rd exercise unit: TBD
4th exercise unit: TBD
5th exercise unit: TBD
6th exercise unit: TBD
7th exercise unit: TBD
8th exercise unit: TBD
Problems of Past Exams: