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Advanced Radio Communications II

Advanced Radio Communications II
type: Vorlesung (V)
chair: Fakultät f. Elektrotechnik und Informati
semester: SS 2014
time: The times of lecture and tutorial are swapped.
The updated times are:


Monday, 14:00-15:30, weekly
30.35 HSI (R040)

14.04.2014


28.04.2014
05.05.2014
12.05.2014
19.05.2014
26.05.2014
02.06.2014
16.06.2014
23.06.2014
30.06.2014
07.07.2014
14.07.2014

lecturer: Holger Jäkel
sws: 2
ects: 3
lv-no.: 23538
exam: oral
information: Prerequisites:
probability theory, system theory

Script (login provided in the lecture)

Vortragsspracheenglisch

Advanced Radio Communications II

The lecture complements the knowledge developed in bachelor courses by improving scientific foundations and implications. Additionally, new topics are introduced which were not part of any other lecture. Preliminaries of probability theory, system theory, and communications are recommended.

Band-pass sub-sampling is discussed and its relevance is made clear by the super-heterodyne receiver. Thereafter, numerical realization of Fourier transformation by FFT is recapitulated and complemented. Frequency selective digital filters are an important component of communication systems. Therefore, their design is discussed from scratch and design methods are elaborated.

Additionally, the lecture contends an extensive discussion of channel modeling. The objective is to achieve a detailed description of wireless channels such that these models can be used for the simulation of wireless communication systems. Channel models and their parameters are directly related the transmission technique and the corresponding frequency range.

Remark: The lecture may be opted as part of diploma and Bachelor/Master curricula.