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Project Assignment EQ2310 (2E1432) Digital Communications Analysis and Simulation of a QPSK System October 10, 2008
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Project Assignment This document specifies a project assignment used in the course EQ2310 Digital Communications. General Information 2008 Read the whole text carefully before you start working on the assignment. Note that your work has to be reported in a separate technical report. The reports will be graded passed or failed. Section 6 lists some requirements that have to be fulfilled. Note, in particular, that this project assignment is a mandatory part of the course and is worth 1 credit unit. you are allowed to cooperate in groups of at most two students (but solving the assignment individually is also perfectly OK). two students that have cooperated may choose to write one report each or one common report, with two authors. If you write separate reports, but have cooperated, then state who you have worked with (see the marking- template and below). the report should be neatly structured, easy to follow and is not allowed to exceed six pages (excluding the cover page and the Matlab code; see below). Unreadable reports will be failed immediately. use a word-processor of your choice to write the report (hand-written reports will not be acceptable). the language of the report can be either Swedish or English. a listing of the Matlab code written by the student(s) as part of the as- signment must be enclosed as a separate appendix to the report. the template included as last page of this document will be used for grad- ing. Use this page as cover page when you hand in the report . The deadline for handing in the report is Friday December 12, 2008 (hand in at STEX). Reports handed in too late will not be corrected. After having been corrected, the reports can be checked out at STEX. There will be a second deadline for revising failed reports. This deadline will be an- nounced when all reports have been checked and made available for potential revision. (The second deadline, as well as any further information on this topic, will be posted on the course homepage). Note that reports that are failed a second time will not be considered for a new revision until the next time the course is given (fall of 2009). 2
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1 Introduction The purpose of this exercise, which can be considered being a “hybrid” between a traditional laboratory experiment and a homework problem, is to illustrate some important aspects on analysis and simulations, both baseband and passband, of communication systems. Aspects such as bit error probability, synchroniza- tion, carrier phase estimation, eye diagram, spectral properties, and practical imperfections due to filtering will be studied in a QPSK system operating over an AWGN channel.
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