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ENSC 428 Digital Communications Contents Emphasis on theory, not implementation. If you want to learn how to implement a communication circuits, etc., this is not the course. 1. Introduction and Signal-Space Analysis (2 weeks; Gal_L10, Proakis_7.1-4) o Communication system overview o Modulation schemes o geometric representation of signals 2. Pulse Modulation (3 weeks) o Pulse amplitude modulation (Gal_L11.1 3) o IQ modulation (QAM, PSK, etc.) o Pulse shaping with zero ISI (Gal_L11.4 5) o optimum receiver (Gal_L17.1-5, Gal_L19.1-2, Proakis_7.5.1-7.5.3) ± correlation receiver ± matched-filter receiver o performance of error 3. Performance Analysis (4 weeks, Proakis 7.6)
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Unformatted text preview: o coherent detection of modulated signals M-ary quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) phase-shift keying (PSK) M-ary PSK (MPSK) coherent frequency-shift keying (FSK) o noncoherent detection of modulated signals optimum quadrature receiver noncoherent orthogonal modulation noncoherent binary FSK differential PSK 4. Equalization (in the presence of noise) (2 weeks, Proakis) o effect of channel noise o realization of matched filter o effect of limited channel bandwidth (ISI) 5. Error-Control Coding (2 weeks, Proakis) o linear block codes o cyclic codes o convolutional codes 6. Spread Spectrum Communications (if time allows)...
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