Telecommunications | Topical Seminar in Industry & Management
T453 | 28345 | Forkner, T.


OBJECTIVES:
Understand the basic concepts of 2-way, interactive video
communications.  Be able to describe basic components required for
WEB-based, H.320, H.321, H.323, SDI, and other important
transmission technologies.  Be able to discuss primary applications
and strengths for each.  Be able to conduct and operate a live
videoconferencing session.


COURSE FORMAT:
This course is presented in a lecture/discussion format.
Students are given assigned readings each week that are targeted at
the particular topic.  The associated sessions are aimed at creating
a comprehensive understanding of the topic and related issues.
Field trips and labs to view and experience various types of
videoconferencing technologies will further enhance the learning
process.


GRADING:
Lab Projects           100 pts.
Mid-term               100 pts.
Final exam             100 pts.
Participation          100 pts.
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	Total               400 pts.

Exams are designed to enable the student to demonstrate a
command of the major issues through essay and short answer.
Emphasis on participation is designed to encourage attendance
and “active” learning.


MATERIALS:
To be provided.
To see which requirements, in the College of Arts and Sciences, this
course will fulfill consult the College Bulletin at
http://www.indiana.edu/~bulletin/iub/coas/2006-2008/.
If you have questions, or need additional help, see your academic
advisor.