Principles of Communication
by Hema A Murthy
Publisher: NPTEL 2008
Number of pages: 238
Topics: Signal Spaces; Fourier Series; Fourier Transform; Sampling Theorem; Discrete Time Signals; Z Transforms; Basics of Probability Theory and Random Processes; Bandwidth; Amplitude Modulation; SSB - VSB Modulation; Noise Analysis AM, FM; Digital Modulation; Uncertainity, Information and Entropy; Information Theory and Source Coding; Error Control Coding; etc.
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