227-0104-00L Communication and Detection Theory
|Semester||Spring Semester 2020|
|Periodicity||yearly recurring course|
|Language of instruction||English|
|227-0104-00 G||Communication and Detection Theory||4 hrs|
|Abstract||This course teaches the foundations of modern digital communications and detection theory. Topics include the geometry of the space of energy-limited signals; the baseband representation of passband signals, spectral efficiency and the Nyquist Criterion; the power and power spectral density of PAM and QAM; hypothesis testing; Gaussian stochastic processes; and detection in white Gaussian noise.|
|Objective||This is an introductory class to the field of wired and wireless communication. It offers a glimpse at classical analog modulation (AM, FM), but mainly focuses on aspects of modern digital communication, including modulation schemes, spectral efficiency, power budget analysis, block and convolu- tional codes, receiver design, and multi- accessing schemes such as TDMA, FDMA and Spread Spectrum.|
|Content||- Baseband representation of passband signals.|
- Bandwidth and inner products in baseband and passband.
- The geometry of the space of energy-limited signals.
- The Sampling Theorem as an orthonormal expansion.
- Sampling passband signals.
- Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM): energy, power, and power spectral density.
- Nyquist Pulses.
- Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM).
- Hypothesis testing.
- The Bhattacharyya Bound.
- The multivariate Gaussian distribution
- Gaussian stochastic processes.
- Detection in white Gaussian noise.
|Literature||A. Lapidoth, A Foundation in Digital Communication, Cambridge University Press, 2nd edition (2017)|
|Performance assessment information (valid until the course unit is held again)|
|Performance assessment as a semester course|
|ECTS credits||6 credits|
|Language of examination||English|
|Repetition||The performance assessment is only offered in the session after the course unit. Repetition only possible after re-enrolling.|
|Mode of examination||written 180 minutes|
|Written aids||Hardcopies of the course textbook, course handouts, and personal notes.|
|This information can be updated until the beginning of the semester; information on the examination timetable is binding.|
|Literature||A Foundation in Digital Communication|
|Only public learning materials are listed.|
|No information on groups available.|
|There are no additional restrictions for the registration.|