Digital communications and signal processing
This course will provide the fundamental and theoretical knowledge required to functionally specify, design and analyze an entire digital communications chain.
The course lasts 5 days (30 hours) and includes:
- 24 hours of lectures, illustrated with examples and applications
- 6 hours of engineering design
- panel discussion
The teaching style is based on a theoretical approach in order to analyze, given the norms, the generic and published chains of current applications. Some examples of simulated systems using Matlab illustrate the theory.
Course level: Advanced
Basic knowledge of probability and signal processing (filtering, Fourier transforms).
INPT/ENSEEIHT Associate Professor in Digital Communications and Signal Processing
INPT/ENSEEIHT Lecturer in Digital Communications and Signal Processing.
- Overview of a generic digital communications chain
- Implementation of the modulator/demodulator block on AWGN channel, linear modulations in baseband (PAM) and on carrier frequency (QAM, PSK, APSK), nonlinear modulations (FSK, CPM)
- Coding channel
- Convolutional codes, bulk codes, turbo codes and LDPC codes.
- Synchronization techniques
- Mobile radio channel: modeling, estimation
- Techniques for selective channels: equalization, OFDM, CDMA
- Presented applications
- Mobile transmissions (GSM, UMTS, IMT-2000)
- Multimedia transmissions (DVB)
- Simulation of a transmission chain (DVB-S and/or DVB-S2 standards)
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE: 3 to 7 June 2019
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€2,160 excluding tax (20% VAT)