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TSKS04 Digital Communication Continuation Course

Course Program Spring 2016

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General         General
Time         Time
Teachers and Staff         Teachers and Staff
Course Literature         Course Literature
Examination         Examination
Lectures         Lectures
Tutorials         Tutorials

1. General

TSKS04 Digital Communication Continuation Course is a course that continues where TSKS01 Digital Communication ends. It is intended to give an in-depth description of several important estimation, coding, and decoding issues that arise in realistic digital communication systems, and theoretically founded solutions to these issues.

If you are reading a paper copy of this course program:
There is more information on the course webpage: //www.commsys.isy.liu.se/TSKS04. Among other things, this course information is there.

2. Time

The teaching activities consist of lectures, tutorials and laboratory exercises.

There are eleven lectures and nine tutorials.

The laboratory exercises are done in groups of about four to five people in the computer rooms at ISY. There are several scheduled lab sessions. There is no teacher present at these sessions, but can be contacted when needed. We expect these sessions to be well enough for completing the lab tasks.

3. Teachers and Staff

During the spring 2016, the following people are involved in the course.

Lectures and examination: Emil Björnson
emil.bjornson@liu.se
tel. 286732
Tutorials and lab exercises: <Okänt användarnamn: salka35>
salil.kashyap@liu.se
tel. 281000

Emil and Salil have their offices in Building B, top floor, corridor A between entrances 27 and 29.

4. Course Literature

Course book:

  • U. Madhow, Fundamentals of digital communication, Cambridge University Press 2008.

You may also have use of the literature from the courses TSDT14 Signal Theory and TSKS01 Digital Communication, and especially the following:

  • Mikael Olofsson: Tables and Formulas for Signal Theory (course material in Signal Theory).

Some additional material will be distributed during the course:
Appendix A: Power Spectral Density of Digital Modulation Schemes
Appendix B: Introduction to Estimation Theory for Communication

5. Examination

The examination consists of two parts; laboratory exercises and a written exam.

5.1 Laboratory exercises (LAB1)

The laboratory exercises are done in groups of about four to five students, and they are examined based on one report that should be handed in to the examiner. Cooperation between groups is encouraged, but no code may be shared and each group should write their own independent report.

The laboratory exercises are based on Matlab and Simulink, the same environment as was used in TSKS01 Digital communication. There are five scheduled six-hour sessions in computer rooms, but the exercises are estimated to correspond to about three such occasions.

The laboratory exercises correspond to 1 ECTS credit (hp), and are graded using the scale Pass/Fail.

5.2 Written Examination (TEN1)

The following aids are allowed at the exam:

  • Pocket calculator with empty memory.
  • Mikael Olofsson: Tables and Formulas for Signal Theory (course material in Signal Theory).
  • U. Madhow, Fundamentals of digital communication, Cambridge University Press 2008.

No notes are allowed on those aids.

The written exam consists of five problems, which each can give you at most five points. You can thus get at most 25 points on the exam. Grade limits:

  • Grade 3: 12 points
  • Grade 4: 16 points
  • Grade 5: 20 points

Grades 3, 4 and 5 are translated to ECTS grades C, B and A.

5.3 Total Grade

When you have passed both parts of the examination (LAB1 och TEN1), the final grade on the course will be the grade from the written exam.

6. Lectures

Please observe that the following schedule should be interpreted as an indication about approximately when different topics are treated. As the course proceeds, this plan may be adjusted.

Lecture n:o Chapter Main topic Part
1 --- Introduction Course plan
2.1 Introduction Prerequisites
2.5.2 and extra material Power spectral density (PSD) PSD of linearly modulated random signals
2 2.2, 2.3 Baseband representation Complex baseband representation of stochastic processes
3 4.1 and extra material Estimation Introduction to estimation
4 4.1-4.3, 4.5.1 and extra material Estimation for synchronization Channel estimation, complex Gaussian
5 3.2, 4.3-4.5 Estimation for synchronization Hypothesis testing, delay and phase estimation
6 4.4-4.5, 5.1-5.2 Estimation for equalization Non-coherent communication, ML sequence estimation
7 5.4 Estimation for equalization ML sequence estimation, the Viterbi algorithm
8 5.5-5.6 Linear equalization Suboptimal equalizers, ZF and MMSE
9 7.1 Error control codes Convolutional codes, encoding, structure
10 7.1 and extra material Error control codes Non-catastrophic encoders, decoding, Viterbi again
11 7.1 and extra material Error control codes Error probability
Summary

My recommendation is that you read the corresponding part of the course material through once before each lecture. If not, the lecture may not be as useful to you as you might wish.

7. Tutorials

The tutorials are supposed to be opportunities for discussion about solving problems. Below is a suggestion for problems to treat in each occasion. You should study those problems in advance in order to benefit the most from those tutorials.

Number Main topic Part Problems
1 Power spectral density (PSD) Modulated random signals Extra Tasks (problems 3, 4, 5)
Baseband representation Stochastic Processes 2.8, 2.12 (a,b), 2.13
2 Intro to Laboratory Exercise Instructions and hints Lab Memo
Line codes Wikipedia article
Estimation Basics Kay: 3.1, 3.3, 3.9, 7.3, 7.12. Extra material: B.1
3 Estimation for synchronization Basics, Phase and delay estimation 3.6, 3.8, 4.2, 4.4, 4.11 (4.8)
4 Estimation for equalization MLSE 5.1, 5.2, 5.3
5 Estimation for equalization MLSE 5.4, 5.6acd, 5.8
6 Linear equalization ZF & MMSE 5.10ab, 5.11a, 5.13
7 Error control codes Convolutional codes J&Z: 1.24, 2.1a, 3.2, 3.8c, 3.10, 4.1, 4.2
8 Error control codes Convolutional codes 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5b, 7.7
9 Summary Exam Problems TBD

The problems listed for Tutorial 2 are from Kay, Fundamentals of Statistical Signal Processing: Estimation Theory, Prentice Hall, 1993. Those problems will be distributed at that tutorial.

The problems listed for Tutorial 7 are from Johannesson & Zigangirov, Fundamentals of Convolutional Coding, IEEE Press, 1999. Those problems will be distributed at that tutorial.

Questions about the problems are welcome before the corresponding tutorial. Send them by email to your tutorial teacher <Okänt användarnamn: salka35> . In that way you can help your teacher to plan the tutorials.


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