Course program autumn 2017
The examinationen consists of two parts, which are reported separately to LADOK:
- TEN1 (4 hp) is a traditional written exam, and
- LAB1 (2 hp) consists of three laboratory exercises.
For detailed information about the connection between the course aims and the examination, see the following page: Detailed course aims.
5.1 Written Exam (TEN1)
The written exam consists of two parts: a question part and a problem solving part.
The question part consists of three questions, where you are asked to elaborate on (or explain) topics from this course. These questions can give you at most five points each. You need at least five points from this part of the exam as partial fulfillment to pass.
The problem solving part consists of three traditional problems. These problems can give you at most five points each. You need at least five points from this part of the exam as partial fulfillment to pass.
Grading (Swedish grades):
- Grade 3 (pass): 12 points
- Grade 4: 17 points
- Grade 5: 22 points
The Swedish grades are translated to ECTS grades according to 3 = C, 4 = B, and 5 = A.
In total, you can get at most 30 points. Allowed aids during the exam: Paper, pencil, eraser, and pocket calculator. A Q-table is always appended to the exam, as well as a sheet with relevant equations.
5.2 Laborations (LAB1)
There are three laboratory exercises in this course, namely
- Analog modulation
- Digital modulation
- Coding methods
All these laboratory exercises are scheduled as four-hour sessions and are supposed to be performed in pairs. You should be able to finish each lab in the scheduled four hours. You pass each lab by reporting your findings to your lab teacher before leaving the lab session. If you are not done with the laboratory exercise after those four hours, you have to finish it by yourselves and then hand in a brief written report to your lab teacher. The laboratory exercises are reported to Ladok as LAB1 when you have passed all three labs.
After you have passed all laborations and the written exam, you will get a grade for the complete course, which is identical to the grade that you got on the written exam.
Last updated: 2017 08 24 16:12