EO2525 Probabilistic Analysis of Signals and Communication Systems

Basic analog and digital communications techniques are discussed. The foundations of signals and systems are developed from probabilistic and statistical approaches. Emphasis is on communication systems relevant to military applications. Topics include AM, FM, probability, random variables, probability density and distribution functions; deterministic versus nondeterministic signals; expectation, the dc and rms values of nondeterministic signals, correlation and covariance; LTI systems, transformation of random variables, and the central limit theorem.

Prerequisite

MA2121, PH1322

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

1

Quarter Offered

  • As Required