Wireless Mod Theories Coding

Course Description

This course describes various coding and modulation theories and techniques used in communication systems. Students will study different modulation formats and their effects on communication channels, effects on channel capacity, and impacts on system design.

Learning Outcomes

  • Analyze various communication network systems and standards deployed around the world.
  • Evaluate physical limitations that affect the performance of communications channels
  • Model propagation channels and determine the parameters that affect their performance
  • Analyze the different techniques and tradeoffs used to increase network quality and overall capacity


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