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Module by: Tuan Do-Hong. E-mail the author

  1. Week 1: Overview of signals and spectra
  2. Week 2: Random processes, autocorrelation, power spectrum. Systems with random input/output
  3. Week 3: Quantization, Compression, and PCM
  4. Week 4: Signals and noise, Eb/N0. Receiver structure, demodulation and detection
  5. Week 5: Correlation receiver and matched filter. Detection of binary signals in AWGN
  6. Week 6: Optimal detection for general modulation. Coherent and non-coherent detection (I)
  7. Week 7: Coherent and non-coherent detection (II)
  8. Week 8: Mid-term exam
  9. Week 9: ISI in band-limited channels. Zero-ISI condition: the Nyquist criterion
  10. Week 10: Raised cosine filters. Partial response signals
  11. Week 11: Equalization using zero-forcing criterion
  12. Week 12: Types of error control. Block codes (I)
  13. Week 13: Block codes (II)
  14. Week 14: Convolutional codes (I)
  15. Week 15: Convolutional codes (II)
  16. Week 16: Viterbi algorithm
  17. Week 17: Final Exam

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