EITG05 Digital kommunikation, 2019/2020
Re-exam: (registration before deadline is mandatory)
The written exam will take place as scheduled on April 17 as an online exam. The structure of the exam, as well as the type of questions, will be the same as in the previous ordinary exams.
The plan is to hand out the problems within Canvas and let you upload the scanned answers. More details and instructions will be made available through Canvas. Please check for updates: https://canvas.education.lu.se.
You will receive instructions for signing-up for the course in Canvas if you have registered for the exam.
Exam viewing session: Tuesday, November 19, 15.00 - 16.00 in room E:2349
Last exam: October 31, 2019, 14.00 - 19.00 in room Vic:1A-C, Victoriastadion, Svenshögsvägen 23
There will be a question/answer session before the exam on Tuesday, Oct 29, 10.15 - 12.00 in room E:2517
You can also meet me during the office hourse posted in the Messages section.
An exam consists of 5 problems. A correct solution to a problem gives 10 points.
0-19 points: Not passed the exam
20-29 points: Grade 3
30-39 points: Grade 4
40-50 points: Grade 5
Things you are allowed to use during the exam:
- the course compendium
- a printed version of the lecture slides
- your own handwritten notes: limited to 2 sheets (= 4 pages), no copy
- a pocket calculator (but no device that can connect to the internet)
Note that the exams below are examples and that the complete content of the course is defined in the course outline in the Lectures section. Make sure to go through the problems from the exercise lessons when preparing for the exam!
Re-exam on August 21, 2019:
Re-exam on May 4, 2019:
Exam on November 1, 2018:
Re-exam on August 20, 2018:
Re-exam on April 13, 2018:
Exam on October 26, 2017:
Written solutions are available for the main exams only. If you have questions on re-exams, you are welcome to meet me and discuss how to solve them. Office hours are posted in the Messages section.
Below you find examples of earlier exams:
The exams below were designed by another teacher, and hence the style and focus of the questions may be different.