Übertragungstechnik III

Digital communications for mobile and fixed networks

  Vorlesung Übungen
Dozent Prof. Dr. Stephan ten Brink Maximilian Arnold, Alexander Span
Termin Do. 8:00 - 9:30 Uhr Fr. 8:00 - 9:30 Uhr
Hörsaal V 47.04 V 47.04
Umfang 2 SWS 2 SWS
Sprache Englisch
Turnus every second term (winter term)
Lernziel To be proficient in design and application of advanced digital data transmission for wireless and wire-line networks, and storage devices.
  • Indoor and outdoor propagation models (path loss, shadow and Rayleigh fading)
  • wireless link budget and receiver sensitivity, diversity reception
  • Multipath wireless mobile channel
  • Intersymbol interference, discrete time equalizer
  • Maximum a posteriori (MAP) and maximum likelihood (ML) symbol-by-symbol detection (soft-demapping)
  • Maximum Likelihood (ML) detection of sequences (Viterbi algorithm, Trellis diagram)
  • Exercises: Theoretical problems and applications from wireless transmission
  • Proakis, J.: Digital Communications. McGraw-Hill
  • Johannesson, K.; Zigangirov: Fundamentals of Convolutional Coding, IEEE Press
Materialien ILIAS
Demos Werden ensprechend dem Fortschritt der Vorlesung auf der Seite unserer Webdemos eingestellt.
Figure example


Time and frequency selective fading of a wireless communication channel

Modulbeschreibung im LSF