Communications (INFOTECH)

Digital communications for mobile and fixed networks

  Lecture Exercises
Lecturer Prof. Dr. Stephan ten Brink E. Eitel
Date Tue 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Fri 2:00 pm - 3:30m pm (biweekly)
Lecture Hall V 31.01 V 47.04
Extent 2 credit hours 1 credit hour
4.5 Credit Points
Language English
Rotation cycle every other semester (Winter term)
Learning outcome To be proficient in design and application of advanced digital data transmission for wireless and wire-line networks, and storage devices.
Content
  • Fundamentals in Information Theory: Information Source, Entropy, Redundancy, mutual Information, Capacity, Source Coding
  • Digital Transmission of Analog Signals: A/D-Conversion, Transmission of Impulses, Noise, Error Probability, S/ N-Ratio
  • Digital Modulation: Modulator, Demodulator, Constellation Diagram, QAM
  • Electrical Transmission Lines: Differential Equation, Transfer Function, Matched Line, Reflection, Refraction
Literature
  • Proakis, J. G.: Digital communications, McGraw-Hill, 1995.
  • Lee, E. A.; Messerschmidt, D.: Digital Communication, Kluwer, 1994.
Material ILIAS
Demos Will be published on our page of web demos according to the progress of the lecture.