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EE381K-2 Digital Communications Instructor: Prof. Jeff Andrews
 

Summary: EE381K-2 Digital Communications
Instructor: Prof. Jeff Andrews
Lecture Hours: MW 5:006:15 PM, ENS 306
Office Hours: Tuesday 1-3pm
Office: ENS 434, phone 471-0536
E-Mail: jandrews@ece.utexas.edu
Web: http://www.ece.utexas.edu/~jandrews
Unique Course Number: 16760
Prerequisites
The following prerequisites are strongly suggested. If you don't have these prereqs but think you
can handle the course, please see me to discuss it.
1. Graduate Level Probability (EE 381J or equivalent)
2. An undergraduate course in communications
3. Some experience with digital signal processing, e.g. discrete Fourier transform.
Topical Outline
This course is meant to provide a strong foundation for graduate study and research in the area of
communications. The main objective of the course is to teach the students the engineering princi-
ples and analytical techniques required to design and understand digital communication systems.
In particular, the focus of this class is the reliable transmission and reception of finite-alphabet
(i.e. digital) symbols over noisy channels with memory.

  

Source: Andrews, Jeffrey G. - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at Austin

 

Collections: Engineering