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The information that you can find here is valid for autumn 2015. Most will be the same for 2016. The information will be updated in the end of August. Course participants will be notified by email when the updating is done.

TSKS02 Telecommunication

Course program autumn 2017

Lectures

Please observe that the following schedule should be interpreted as an indication about approximately when different topics are treated.

Lecture n:o Material Main topic Part
1 Chapter 1 & 2 Introduction Course plan, applications, prerequisites.
Chapter 3.1-3.3 Linear filters Time domain analysis of LTI-systems, definitions, convolution.
2 Chapter 3.4-3.7 Linear filters Frequency domain analysis of LTI-systems, Fourier transforms, LP-, HP-, BP-, and BS-filters.
3 Chapter 4 Channel models Thermal noise, cables, radio channels, optical channels.
4 Chapter 5.1 Analog communication Amplitude modulation.
5 Chapter 5.2 Analog communication Frequency modulation, phase modulation.
6 Chapter 6 Sampling and quantization Sampling, quantization, reconstruction, pulse modulation
7 Chapter 7.1-7.3 Digital communication Digital modulation techniques, vector representation, receivers, impact of noise.
8 Chapter 7.4-7.6 Digital communication Different modulations: OOK, ASK, PSK, FSK, QAM. Nearest-neighbour approximation of symbol error probability and bit error probability for signals disturbed by white gaussian noise.
9 Chapter 8.1-8.3 Channel coding Error correcting codes, dimension, redundancy, rate. Linear codes, repetition codes.
10 Chapter 8.3-8.6 Channel coding Hamming codes, Product codes, CRC codes. Cyclic codes.
11 Chapter 9 Source coding Sources without memory - sources with memory, Markov sources. Tree codes, Kraft's inequality, Huffman codes, run-length coding.
It is highly recommended that you read the listed course material before each lecture and prepare questions. If not, the lecture may not be as useful to you as it otherwise could be.

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Last updated: 2017 08 24   16:12