COMMUNICATION THEORY

Section

Professor

Richard Gitlin

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Instructor: Overall Quality3.92
Course: Amount Learned3.58
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Course: Fairness of Grading Process3.83
Course: Quality of Text3.67
Course: Overall Quality3.75

Course Information

Prerequisite: ELEN E4702 or E6711. Channel characterization detection and estimation theory for discrete and continuous time. Performance metrics (bit and symbol error rates, mean-square error) and bounds. Error control (block and convolutional codes; Viterbi algorithm). Baseband pulse transmission (Nyquist criterion, Eye pattern, intersymbol interference). Passband data transmission (one- and two-dimensional modulation: AQM, MSK, and DMT). The wireless channel (Rayleigh and Rician fading, coherence time, multipath). Multiple access (spread spectrum, CDMA, system capacity).

Department: Electrical Engineering(ELEN)

Subject: Electrical Engineering(ELEN)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate

Course ID: 6712