Principles of Digital Communications
by Tuan Do-Hong
Publisher: Connexions 2007
Number of pages: 154
This course explores elements of the theory and practice of digital communications. It will 1) model and study the effects of channel impairments such as distortion, noise, interference, and fading, on the performance of communication systems; 2) introduce signal processing, modulation, and coding techniques that are used in digital communication systems.
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