[Electrical and Computer Engineering]

EEL6535

Digital Communications

Spring 2004
T 10:40am - 11:30am, Th 10:40am - 12:35pm
EB 102
http://wireless.ece.ufl.edu/eel6535


Instructor

Tan F. Wong
University of Florida
PO Box 116130
Gainesville, FL 32611

Office: EB461
Phone: (352) 392-2665
Fax: (352) 392-0044
Email: twong@ece.ufl.edu

Teaching Assistant

Beomjin Park
Office: EB 403
Phone: (352) 392-2661
Email: beomp@ufl.edu

Prerequisite


Course Description

The course is divided into two parts. The first part describes, in detail, some common digital modulation and demodulation techniques, which form the basis of digital communications. The second part presents a survey of various advanced topics, such as synchronization, equalization, diversity reception, and error control coding. The combination of the two parts aims to provide a solid introduction to modern digital communication theory.


Course Goals


Course Topics

  1. Review of random variables and processes
  2. Modulation and demodulation
  3. Synchronization
  4. Intersymbol interference and equalization
  5. Elementary error control coding (if time allows)

Reference


Additional Course Information


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