Prof Michael Paraskevas, Prof Costas Berberidis, Prof Spiros Louvros, Dr. Thomas Zarouchas, Dr Dimitris Ampeliotis


Analog to Digital Conversion (Ideal sampling, pulse sampling, uniform quantization, quantization noise, non-uniform quantization, PCM, DPCM, DM, coding, matching bits to waveforms), Digital Transmission and Receive (Advantages - disadvantages of digital communications, structure and operation of communication systems, geometric representation of signals, constellation diagrams, digital broadcasting, additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels, probability of error in AWGN channel), Digital Modulation Techniques (PAM, PPM, PSK, DPSK, QAM, FSK, Selection of digital modulation techniques, the Shannon – Hartley theorem) Digital Modulation Techniques with High Spectral Efficiency (Off-set QPSK, p/4 QPSK, MSK, Modulators - CPM demodulators, Source and Channel Coding (Source coding, Channel coding, Block Coding, Convolutional coding, Combined coding and modulation. Digital Communications Channels with Intersymbol Interference (Analysis of intersymbol interference, Equalizers, Maximum likelihood sequence detection, Viterbi algorithm). Synchronization in Digital Communications (Phase Locked Loop, analog and digital PLL, Carrier synchronization, Time synchronization using the maximum likelihood criterion. Multiuser Digital Modulation Techniques (FDMA, WDM, TDMA, CDMA, CDMA, Direct Sequence CDMA, Combined access techniques).


Course Webpage https://openeclass.teimes.gr/courses/CIED202/

Course Code 12