Digital Communication



Objectives


This lecture covers the overall digital communication systems and the basic signal information, i.e., Signals and spectra, baseband modulation and demodulation, bandpass modulation and demodulation, channel coding, synchronization, multiplexing and multiple access, source coding, encryption and decryption, and fading channels.


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[Functional block diagram for digital communication]



Prequisite


The course assumes students have previous C/C++/MATLAB programming experience and have basic knowledge of digital signal processing and digital communication.



Required textbook


  1. Digital Communications Fundamentals and Applications, PHIPE, Bernard Sklar
  2. Lecture notes (presentation files) are given to all students through the class website.



Course Description


  1. All lecture materials can be downloaded on the web site : http://ubicom.chosun.ac.kr
  2. Key technologies and features of digital communications are introduced



Class grade


  • Mid-term Exam - 30%
  • Final Exam - 30%
  • Paper presentation - 30%
  • Attendance - 10%



Course outline


Week 1 - Introduction of digital communication

  • Lecture provided


Week 2 - Baseband modulation and demodulation


Week 3 - Bandpass modulation and demodulation


Week 4 - [Chapter 5] Communications link analysis


Week 5 - [Chapter 6] Channel coding : PART 1


Week 6 - [Chapter 7] Channel coding : PART 2


Week 7 - [Chapter 8] Channel coding : PART 3


Week 8 - Mid-term exam


Week 9 - [Chapter 9] Modulation and coding trade-offs


Week 10 - [Chapter 13] Source coding


Week 11 - [Chapter 14] Encryption and Decryption


Week 12 - [Chapter 14] Encryption and Decryption


Week 13 - [Chapter 15] Fading channel


Week 14 - [Chapter 15] Fading channel


Week 15 - Final exam

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