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Partial Response signaling and Quadrature Partial Response (QPR) modulation Nyquist limit states that the number of symbols you can safely transmit in a channel of bandwidth 1 Hz th
Turbo Coding and MAP Decoding - Example
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Turbo decoding using the M AP algorithm
Part 2 A Step by step example
EC1
uk
y1, p k
y1, s k
EC2
2 yk , p 2 yk , s
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Turbo Coding and MAP decoding - Part 1
Bayes Theorem of conditional probabilities Lets first state the theorem of conditional probability, also called th
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TUTORIAL 3
DVB-S Standard in a nut shell
Developed by the European Telecommunication Standard Organization (part of ITU), the DVB-S is a standard for satellite video broadcasting. This description is a summary of
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Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and the FFT
Lets take this continuos signal composed of three sinusoids.
Assume that fa = 1, fb = 3, and fc = 5. The waveform is plotted below.
Figure 1 - A signal representing a s
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TUTORIAL 2 - Differential Encoding
One of the common difficulties in communications engineering is that often the same terms are used to represent different ideas. Differential Encoding is one such term. We will d
CDMA Tutorial
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Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
The Concept of signal spreading and its uses in communications Lets take a stright forward binary signal of symbol rate 2.
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Baseband, Passband Signals and Amplitude Modulation
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The most salient feature of information signals is that they are generally low frequency. Sometimes this is due to the nature of data it