Diploma in Digital Communications Systems




    Signals and Spectra:

    Various aspects of signals and spectra which include signal classification, digital communication signal processing, autocorrelation, concepts of noise, process types and information on baseband systems.

    Formatting and Baseband Modulation:

    Analog signals and its formatting, corruption sources, quantization models, pulse code modulation, baseband transmissions, sampling models and correlative models.

    Baseband Demodulation and Detection:

    Various concepts of digital bandpass modulation, coherent detection and signalling and performance measurement and parameters.

    Communication Link Analysis:

    Techniques underlying the analysis of link budget, error control policies related to the analysis of link budget and noise parameters.

    Channel Coding:

    Waveform coding, sampling concepts that include error detection and correction, structured sequences, encoding and decoding using convolutional methods, convolution codes, reed-solomon codes, interleaving codes, concatenated codes, turbo codes, various convolution theorems and sampling techniques.

    Modulation and Coding Trade-off:

    Bandwidth efficiency, bandwidth modulation, digital communication system evaluation techniques, trellis coded modulation, amplifier techniques and entropy concepts.


    Receiver synchronization and network synchronization concepts.

    Multiplexing and Multiple Access:

    Spread spectrum, LAN techniques and algorithms, INTELSAT, TDM, FDM, their similarities and differences and code division multiple access techniques.

    Spread Spectrum Techniques:

    Pseudo noise sequencing, jamming, frequency hopping, tracking and acquisition techniques, cellular and cipher systems and their secrecy, stream encryption and spread spectrum techniques.

    Encryption and Decryption:

    Concepts of public key cryptography and pretty good privacy policies.

    Fading Channels:

    Signal time spreading, mobile radio propagation, diversity techniques, diversity techniques, rake receivers, fading effects and decision theory techniques.

    Digital Communication:

    Abstraction techniques, layering techniques, protocols, random processes and interfaces.

    Error Detection & Channel Coding:

    Coding techniques, error detection and correction techniques, interpolation techniques and information coding techniques.

    Source Coding:

    Quantization techniques.

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