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Number of hours
Lectures : 45.0
Laboratory works : 12.0
ECTS : 4.0
The course is an advanced course about transmission of information in a communication system. It gives an understanding of fundamental features and signal processing techniques and coding for the physical layer of modern wireless communications systems. Keywords: multipath-propagation, fading, Doppler effect, channel modeling, modulation, multiple-access, and diversity techniques, synchronization, equalization, coding, cooperative communication.
Contact Laurent ROS
1. Introduction to the physical layer of wireless digital transmissions systems 2. Base-band Modeling of the Radio-Frequency (RF) channel : including some possible RF imperfections: carrier and delay synchronization error, Multi-path propagation, Doppler effect, Statistical Models for the radio-mobile channel variation 3. Performances of the transmission through a “flat fading Rayleigh” channel and with Diversity Techniques 4. Synchronization techniques for non-selective channel (carrier and timing) 5. Single carrier transmission (optimum receiver structure, equalization, convolutive coding, Viterbi algorithm) 6.Advanced multi-user communication systems (CDMA) and Multi-carrier Modulation (OFDM) and related receivers 7. Trends: array processing (beamforming, MIMO, space-time coding), turbo receivers, introduction to relay based network / cooperative networks, …
Random and deterministic signal processing, introduction to digital communications and transmission systems, error-correcting codes, probability and statistics.
The exam is given in english only
for Session 1: written examination with allowed documents (N1) reports associated to pratical work (N2) for Session 2: written examination with alowed documents (N1)
session 1 N = 0.7*N1 + 0.3*N2 <br> session 2 N = N1