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ECE 4371, Fall, 2009 Introduction to Telecommunication Introduction to Telecommunication Engineering Engineering Zhu Han Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Class 1 Aug. 25 nd , 2009
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ECE 4371 Outline Outline Instructor information Motivation to study communication systems Course descriptions and textbooks What you will study from this course - Objectives - Coverage and schedule - Homework, projects, and exams Other policies Reasons to be my students Background and Preview
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ECE 4371 Instructor Information Instructor Information Office location: Engineering 1 N324 Office hours: Mon. 2:00pm-5:00pm, Other time including weekend by appointment Email: zhan2@mail.uh.edu Phone: 713-743-4437(o), 301-996-2011(c) Course website: http:// www.egr.uh.edu/Courses/ECE/ECE4371/ECE4371.html http:// www.egr.uh.edu/Courses/ECE/ECE4371/ECE4117.html TA: Zhou Yuan, talentyz@gmail.com Research interests: Wireless Networking, Signal Processing, and Security http://wireless.egr.uh.edu/
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ECE 4371 Motivations Motivations Recent Development Satellite Communications Telecommunication: Internet boom at the end of last decade Wireless Communication: next boom? iPhone Job Market Probably one of most easy and high paid majors recently Intel changes to wireless, Qualcom, Broadcom, TI, Marvell, Cypress Research Potential One to one communication has less room to go, but multiuser communication is still an open issue. Wimax, 3G, next generation WLAN
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ECE 4371 Course Descriptions Course Descriptions What is the communication system? What are the major types? Analog or Digital Satellite, Fiber, Wireless… What are the theorems? What are the major components? How is the information transmitted? What are the current industrial standards? What are the state-of-art research? Can I find a job by studying this course? Can I find research topics?
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ECE 4371 Textbook and Software Textbook and Software Require textbook: Simon Haykin, Communication Systems , 4th edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Require Software: MATLAB http://www.mathworks.com/ or type helpwin in Matlab environment Recommended readings - Digital communications: J. Proakis, Digital Communications - Random process: G.R. Grimmett and D.R. Stirzaker, Probability and Random Processes - Estimation and detection: H.V. Poor, An introduction to Signal Detection and Estimation - Information theory: T. M. Cover and J. A. Thomas, Elements of Information Theory - Error correct coding: P.Sweeney, Error Control Coding
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ECE 4371 Schedule Schedule 8/22: background and preview 8/28 ~9/2: Chapter 1 9/4-9/18: Chapter 2 9/23-10/2: Chapter 3
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