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Digital communication is a fundamental course in the electronics and communication stream. The objectives of this course is to introduce the basic principles that underlie the analysis and successful design of a digital communication system. Digital communication systems have been used in all modern communication systems.
Emphasis is placed on understanding system design goals and to optimize the tradeoff among basic system parameters such as signal-to-noise ratio, bandwidth, etc.
His research interests pertain to the domains of digital communications, error control codes, optical communications, optical networks, optical wireless communication links and networks, and fiber-wireless converged networks. Introduction to digital communications: Interfaces and channels for digital communications Week 2: Geometric representation of signals: Geometric representation of signals, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Geometric interpretation of signals Week 3: Review of random variables: Introduction to random variables, joint probability density function, characteristic functions, derived distributions Week 4: Review of random process: Introduction to random processes, Gaussian process, Linear functional of random process, Stationary and wide sense stationary random process, Power spectral density, White Gaussian noise Week 6: Pulse code modulation, Differential pulse codemodulation, and delta modulation Week 7: Complex baseband representation, degrees of freedoms, linear modulation, spectral description of linearly modulated signals Week 8: Nyquist criterion, raised cosine family of pulses, Intersymbol interference Week 9: Coherent binary modulation formats, e.
Performance analysis of binary and M-ary signaling schemes: Performance analysis of binary signaling schemes, performance analysis of M-ary signaling schemes, bit-level demodulation Week Composite hypothesis testing, optimal demodulation for non-coherent communication Week Performance analysis of non-coherent communication: Wozencraft and Irwin M. Final score will be calculated as: Certificate will have your name, photograph and the score in the final exam with the breakup.
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