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module properties Communications Engineering in degree program Master Communications and Signal Processing 2021
module number200533
examination number2100872
departmentDepartment of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
ID of group 2111 (Communications Engineering)
module leaderProf. Dr. Martin Haardt
term winter term only
languageEnglisch
credit points5
on-campus program (h)45
self-study (h)105
obligationobligatory module
examwritten examination performance, 120 minutes
details of the certificate
signup details for alternative examinations
maximum number of participants
previous knowledge and experience
learning outcome

After participating in the lecture, students can use the most important methods for the analysis and the design of communication systems.

In particular, the participants can handle the statistical signal description (by means of correlation theory) with confidence and know how to use the bandpass-lowpass transformation, a necessary tool for subsequent lectures.

As a result of the course, the participants will not only be able to name the most important modulation schemes, but rather evaluate their performance and design optimal receivers.

At the end of the lecture, the participants will also be able to mathematically describe advanced transmission schemes like OFDM and can argue why and when such schemes are used.

By means of the seminars, students consolidate the newly imparted knowledge and can then confidently use the system theory methods.

After the course, students can correctly assess and evaluate their own achievements and those of their fellow students.

content

  • System theoretic basics
    - Bandpass lowpass transformation for signals and systems
    - Correlation functions of deterministic signals
    - Correlation functions of stochastic signals
     
  • Optimal filters
    - Matched filter
    - Wiener filter
     
  • Signal space representation of waveforms
    - The signal space as a generalized Euklidian vector space
    - Gram-Schmidt procedure
     
  • Discrete modulation and transmission in AWGN
    - Antipodal transmission and minimum distance criterion
    - Optimal detection for M-ary modulation
    - Bit error rate for M-ary modulation
    - Bandpass modulation schemes
     
  • Block transmission with Cyclic prefix
    - Multipath radio channel
    - Block transmission model
    - OFDM
media of instruction

handschriftliche Tafelentwicklung, Präsentation von Begleitfolien (Overheadprojektor/Beamer), Folienskript und Aufgabensammlung Online und im Copyshop erhältlich

literature / references
  • J. Barry, E.A. Lee, and D.G. Meserschmitt. Digital Communication, Springer Science+Business Media, Third Edition
  • Simon Haykin. Communication Systems. John Wiley and Sons, 2000
  • J. Proakis, Digital Communications. McGraw-Hill, 4th edition, 2001.
  • J. Proakis and M. Salehi, Communication Systems Engineering. Prentice Hall, 2nd edition, 2002.
evaluation of teaching