Multimedia Communication and Telematic Applications Group

The Multimedia Communication and Telematic Applications Group is part of the Wire Communications Laboratory of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department of the University of Patras. The main activities of the Multimedia Communication and Telematic Applications Group are the design and implementation of:

Courses

Digital Telecom Exchanges
Semester:   
7th
 
Instructor:   
Dimitrios Lymberopoulos
  
Description:

Basic principles of automatic telephone exchanges and networks: Introduction. Switching techniques. Dialling and call set-up. Subscriber telephone set. Telephone system categories. Electromechanical telephone systems. Cross point switching networks. Link establishment with cross point switching networks. Urban telephone network. National telephone network. International telephone network. Urban telephone network and the DDD-exchange of Patras. Telephone traffic theory. Electronic telephone exchanges (ETE): Introduction. Basic principles of analogue ETE. Basic principles of digital telephone exchanges. Peripheral units of ETE. Programs of ETE. Integrated circuits of ETE. Realistic introduction of digital switching and transmission in existing networks. Integrated services digital network (ISDN).

Multimedia Communications
Semester:   
10th
 
Instructor:   
Dimitrios Lymberopoulos
  
Description:

Basic aspects of the Multimedia Communications (MC) applications. Defini-tions, principles and resources of MC. Implementation principles of MC application upon Integrated Broadband communications networks. General principles and attributes of the monomedia data sources (speech, audio, still images, moving video) and audio-visual conferencing information. Composition and synchronisation of MC objects. Integrated platform and applications.

Introduction to Communications
Semester:   
6th
 
Instructor: 
Michael Logothetis, Theodoros Antonakopoulos, Dimitrios Lymberopoulos
  
Description:

The Transmission problem. The switching problem. Telecommunication networks and services. Basic quantities and units. Linear and non-linear transmission distortions. Noise. Amplitude modulation. Angle modulation. Pulse modulation. Digital Transmission at baseband frequencies and using carrier signals. Microwave transmission. Optical transmission. Switching systems.

Head of the Group

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Research

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