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Ece 283 - Digital Communication Systems
Digital Communication Systems Documents

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Outline Transmitters Chapters 3 and 4 Source Coding and Modulation week 1 and 2 Receivers Chapter 5 week 3 and 4 Received Signal Synchronization Chapter 6 week 5 Channel Capacity Chapter 7 week 6 Error Correction Codes Chapter 8 week 7 and 8 Equalization Bandwidth Constrained Channels Chapter 10 week 9 Adaptive Equalization Chapter 11 week 10 and 11 Spread Spectrum Chapter 13 week 12 Fading and multi path Chapter 14 week 12 Transmitters week 1 and 2 Information Measures Vector Quantization Delta Modulation QAM Digital Communication System Information per bit increases Transmitter Receiver Bandwidth efficiency increases noise immunity increases Transmitter Topics Increasing information per bit Increasing noise immunity Increasing bandwidth efficiency Increasing Information per Bit Information in a source Mathematical Models of Sources Information Measures Compressing information Huffman encoding Optimal Compression Lempel Ziv Welch Algorithm Practical Compression Quantization of analog data Scalar Quantization Vector Quantization Model Based Coding Practical Quantization law encoding Delta Modulation Linear Predictor Coding LPC Increasing Noise Immunity Coding Chapter 8 weeks 7 and 8 Increasing bandwidth Efficiency Modulation of digital data into analog waveforms Impact of Modulation on Bandwidth efficiency Increasing Information per Bit Information in a source Mathematical Models of Sources Information Measures Compressing information Huffman encoding Lempel Ziv Welch Algorithm Optimal Compression Practical Compression Quantization of analog data Scalar Quantization Vector Quantization Model Based Coding Practical Quantization law encoding Delta Modulation Linear Predictor Coding LPC Mathematical Models of Sources Discrete Sources Discrete Memoryless Source DMS Statistically independent letters from finite alphabet Stationary Source Statistically dependent letters but joint probabilities of sequences of equal length remain constant Analog Sources Band Limited f W



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