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CS 429 Software Defined Radio Laboratory 3.0 Credits

This laboratory course takes a Software-Defined Radio (SDR) implementation approach to learn about modern analog and digital communication systems. Software defined radio uses general purpose radio hardware that can be programmed in software to implement different communication standards. We will begin by discussing the basic principles of wireless radio frequency transmissions and leverage this knowledge to build analog and digital communication systems. Knowledge of these techniques and systems will provide a platform that can be used in the class project for further exploration of wireless networking topics such as cybersecurity, cognitive radio, smart cities, and the Internet of Things.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: (CS 260 [Min Grade: C] and CS 265 [Min Grade: C] and CS 270 [Min Grade: C])

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