The students at the University of New Mexico Electrical and Computer Engineering Department are planning to use an integrated set of lectures and labs to better understand basic communications systems. The lectures are based on the textbook by Ziemer and Tranter, Principles of Communications - Systems, Modulation, and Noise. The labs are developed using the National Instruments Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP). The choice of this radio provides 2 advantages from an instructional perspective: it minimizes the amount of lab equipment necessary for performing the labs, and its range of flexibility to support spectrum sensing, cognitive radio and alternate modulation schemes.
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