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

Week 1: Overview of signals and spectra

Week 2: Source coding

Week 3: Receiver structure, demodulation and detection

Week 4: Correlation receiver and matched filter. Detection of binary signals in AWGN

Week 5: Optimal detection for general modulation. Coherent and non-coherent detection (I)

Week 6: Coherent and non-coherent detection (II)

Week 7: ISI in band-limited channels. Zero-ISI condition: the Nyquist criterion

Week 8: Mid-term exam

Week 9: Raised cosine filters. Partial response signals

Week 10: Channel equalization

Week 11: Channel coding. Block codes

Week 12: Convolutional codes

Week 13: Viterbi algorithm

Week 14: Fading channel. Characterizing mobile-radio propagation

Week 15: Mitigating the effects of fading

Week 16: Applications of Viterbi equalizer and Rake receiver in GSM and CDMA systems

Week 17: Final exam

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