ELEC 431

Communication Systems I

Review of probability theory, signals and noise; digital communication over Gaussian noise channels, optimal receiver design, modulation techniques and error performance calculations; measure of information, source coding, symbol and stream codes; channel coding, capacity, simple linear block codes; practical applications.

3 credits


ELEC 221 – Signals and Systems
ELEC 321 – Stochastic Signals and Systems
MATH 302 – Introduction to Probability
MATH 318 – Probability with Physical Applications
STAT 251 – Elementary Statistics
STAT 302 – Introduction to Probability
STAT 357 

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