ECEN 5692 - Principles of Digital Communication
ECEN 5692 (3). Principles of Digital Communication.
Techniques for efficient and reliable transmission of information
over bandwidth and power constrained communication channels;
digital modulation methods, power spectral density calculations,
optimum receiver principles, error rate analysis, channel coding
potential in wired/wireless media, trellis coded modulation, and
Credits and Design
||3 credit hours. Elective course.
ECEN 3300, Linear Systems|
ECEN 5612, Noise and Random Processes
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Learn to analyze and design digital modulation and demodulation
schemes for memoryless channels and channels with memory.
- Introduction to mathematical
techniques of digital communication theory: fundamentals of probability,
introduction to random processes, spectral analysis of deterministic and
random signals, narrow band signals and bandpass systems, discrete
representation of deterministic and random signals, elements of detection
- Waveform transmission over the additive Gaussian channel:
memoryless modulation, optimum receivers for coherent and noncoherent
demodulation, error probability performance.
- Digital modulation
schemes: important modulation methods, receivers, error rate
performance, comparison between signalling schemes, and
- System design for intersymbol interference
channels: optimum design of receivers under the Nyquist criterion, the
mean-squared error criterion, and the maximum likelihood sequence
Last revised: 08-02-11, PM, ARP.