Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #4
Due on Wednesday, December 3, 2014
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2014/15
1. For the convolutional encoder shown below:
(1)
ci
ai
(1)
(2)
si
(3)

SYSC 5504
Principles of Digital Communication
Course Notes
Fall 2013/14
Department of Systems & Computer Engineering
Carleton University
2013, Ian Marsland, Dept. of Systems & Computer Engineering, Carleton University
Contents
Random Variables . . . . .

SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #4
Due on Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Fall 2013/14
1. For the convolutional encoder shown below:
- c(1)
i
*
ai
- s(1)
i
Y

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #1
Due on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2014/15
2
1. Let X be a random variable with a mean of zero and a variance of

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #4
Due on Friday, December 4, 2009
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2009/10
1. Suppose the linear (n, k) block code defined by the generator matrix
1

SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #2
Due on Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Fall 2013/14
1. Consider a binary baseband communication system in which 0s and 1s

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #1
Due on Wednesday, October 17, 2007
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2007/08
1. The Nakagami-m distribution, which is sometimes used when modelling

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #3
Due on Friday, November 20, 2007
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2009/10
1. Consider a system where we transmit the same binary signal over two d

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #2
Due on Wednesday, November 5, 2013
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2014/15
1. Consider a binary baseband communication system in which 0s and 1s

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #3
Due on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2014/15
1. Consider the multipath communication model shown in Fig. (a). Depe

SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #1
Due on Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Fall 2013/14
1. Suppose that X1 and X2 are two independent random variables, uniform

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #2
Due on Friday, October 30, 2009
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2009/10
1. Consider a binary antipodal communication system in which 0s and 1s ar

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #2
Due on Wednesday, October 31, 2007
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2007/08
1. Suppose that for some binary communication system the output of the

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #3
Due on Wednesday, November 27, 2013
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2013/14
1. Suppose the following signalling scheme is used for transmission o

Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #3
Due on Wednesday, November 14, 2007
SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Fall 2007/08
1. A transmitter uses the signals cfw_sm (t) | m = 0, 1, . . . , M 1

SYSC 5504
ELG 6154
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Principles of Digital Communications
Assignment #4
Due on Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Fall 2007/08
1. For the convolutional encoder shown below:
(1)
ci
>
ai
6
- s(1)
i

ELG5374 Computer Communication Networks
Dr. Melike Erol-Kantarci
Fall 2016
Assignment 1
Due on: September 28, 9am.
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