Communication Systems EE 132A
Prof. Suhas Diggavi
UCLA Winter quarter 2011/2012
Handout # 5, Thursday, January 19, 2012
Solutions: Homework Set # 1
Problem 1
(Basic Probabilities)
a) First, we nd the probability of the complement of the event, namely the
Communication Systems EE 132A
Prof. Suhas Diggavi
UCLA Winter quarter 2011/2012
Handout # 4, Due: Thursday, January 19, 2012
Homework Set # 1
Hand in either in class on the due date or before 5:00 PM on the due date in the EE 132A drop
slot located at Boe
Communication Systems EE 132A
Prof. Suhas Diggavi
UCLA Winter quarter 2013/2014
Handout # 6, Week 1
Solutions: Discussion Problem Set # 1
Problem 1
(Basic Probabilities) First, we nd the probability of the complement of the event, namely the
probability o
Communication Systems EE 132A
Prof. Suhas Diggavi
UCLA Winter quarter 2011/2012
Handout # 6, Week 1
Discussion Problem Set # 1
Problem 1
(Probabilities of Basic Events) Assume that X1 and X2 are independent random variables that
are uniformly distributed
Communication Systems EE 132A
Prof. Suhas Diggavi
UCLA Winter quarter 2012/2013
Handout # 16, Due: Thursday, Februray 7, 2013
Homework Set # 4
Hand in either in class on the due date or before 5:00 PM on the due date in the EE 132A drop
slot located at Bo
EE 132A course modules
Prof. Suhas N. Diggavi
Electrical Engineering Department
University of California, Los Angeles
Winter Quarter 2016
EE132A - Introduction to Communication Systems
Module 1
Basic Probability
Winter Quarter 2016
An outline of this modu
EE132A HW3 Solution
Problem 1: 4.1
2014 Spring
EE132A HW3 Solution
Problem 2: 4.4
Problem 3: 4.5
2014 Spring
EE132A HW3 Solution
Problem 4: 4.11
2014 Spring
EE132A HW3 Solution
Problem 5: 5.38
2014 Spring
EE132A HW3 Solution
Problem 6: 5.49
2014 Spring
EE132A, Spring 2013
Prof. John Villasenor
TA: Jianshu Chen and Zicong Zhou
Communication Systems
Handout # 12
Homework 5
Assigned: Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Due: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Reading Assignment: Proakis & Salehi, chapter 8 (8.1 to 8.5)
1. Consider the
EE132A HW1 Solution
2014 Spring
Problem 1: 2.43
EE132A HW1 Solution
2014 Spring
Problem 2: 2.46
Problem 3: 2.49
Problem 4: 2.53
EE132A HW1 Solution
2014 Spring
Problem 5: 2.59
Communication Systems EE 132A
Prof. Suhas Diggavi
UCLA Winter Quarter 2015
Handout # 11, Due: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Homework Set # 3
Hand in either in-class on the due date or before 5:00 PM on the due date in the 132A drop
slot located at Boelter H
EE 131A
Probability
Instructor: Lara Dolecek
Problem Set 3
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Due: Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Reading: Chapters 3 and 4 of Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes by A.
Leon-Garcia
100 points total
1. Drawing dollars from a
Christina Gillus
UID: 803597984
EE 132A Computer Assignment #4
Due: May 31, 2011
Part 1
(a) The figure below shows the sent and received signals of PAM.
PAMsentsignal
1
0
1
0
5
10
15
20
PAMreceivedsignal
1
0
1
0
5
10
time(sec)
15
20
(b) The figure below s
EE 132A
Spring Quarter, 2013
Instructor: John Villasenor
[email protected]
Communication Systems
Handout #1
Course Information
1.
Course Description: EE 132A provides an introduction to analog and digital communications
theory and techniques. Analog topic
Appendix B
Correlation Functions, Power Spectra
We will investigate here what the inuence is of a lter with impulse response h(t) on the spectrum Sx ( f ) of the input random process X (t). Then we study the consequences of our ndings.
Consider gure B.1.
EE183DA (Winter 2017)
Design of Robotic Systems I
Prof. Ankur Mehta
[email protected]
Lab assignment 2
Due 2pm Thursday Feb. 2, 2017
1
1.1
Lab Overview
Objectives
The goal of this lab is to get started with electromechanical hacking, and get comfortable wi
Recitation #6
M-aray Communication System: 4-PAM
From the previous 2-PAM example, we have determined that only one basis function is
required,
1
, 0t T
(t ) = T
0, otherwise
The four signals for a 4-PAM system is
s1 ( t ) = E ( t )
s2 ( t ) = E ( t )
s
EE132A, Spring 2011
Prof. John Villasenor
TA: Shaunak Joshi and Erica Han
Communication Systems
Handout# 13
Computer Assignment 2
Assigned: Thursday, May 5, 2011
Due: Thursday, May 12, 2011
Consider the constellation shown below for a coherent QPSK system
EE132A, Spring 2011
Prof. John Villasenor
Communication Systems
Handout# 3
Computer Assignment #1
Assigned: Thursday, March 31, 2011
Due: Thursday, April 7, 2011
1. Using Matlab, convolve the discrete input signal x(n) with the discrete filter response h(
EE132A, Spring 2011
Prof. John Villasenor
TAs: Shaunak Joshi, Erica Han
Communication Systems
Handout # 15
Computer Assignment 3
Assigned: Thursday, May 12, 2011
Due: Thursday, May 19, 2011
In this computer assignment, we will learn about Code-Division Mu
EE 132A
Introduction to Communication Systems
Instructor: Lara Dolecek
TAs: Homa Esfahanizadeh and Shahroze Kabir
Homework 5 Solutions
Monday, May 1, 2017
Due: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Reading: Chapter 6
1.
H(X, g(X) = H(X) + H(g(X)|X) = H(X).
(1)
It is be
EE 132A
Introduction to Communication Systems
Instructor: Lara Dolecek
TAs: Homa Esfahanizadeh and Shahroze Kabir
Discussion Set 6 Solutions
Monday, May 8, 2017
1.
(a) For convenience sake, lets assign symbol names to each element. Here is an example of
a
EE 132A
Introduction to Communication Systems
Instructor: Lara Dolecek
Homework 8
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Due: Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Reading: Chapters 7, 8 and 9
1. In a binary PAM system, the input to the detector is
ym = am + nm + im ,
where am 1 is th
EE 132A
Introduction to Communication Systems
Instructor: Lara Dolecek
Homework 7 Solutions
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Due: Wednesday, May 24, 2017
1. (a)
Received signal: r(t) = sm (t) + n(t). Using a correlation-type demodulator, our sampled
outputs are r
EE101A Engineering Electromagnetics Winter 2015 2/18/15 Homework #6
Due: Wednesday February 25 4:00 PM Hand in to the TA at beginning of class. No late
homework is accepted (see grading policy posted on eeweb). If you cannot make it to
class, you must sli
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