Digital communication is a method of communication through using the modern communication systems such as the utilization of computers and the internet. Anything is possible when communication through these digital platforms as long as you understand how to utilize its functions.
You are provided in this [course_title] with the theory and practices of communications. These principles will help you understand digital communications at the block diagram level and data compression.
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Course Credit: MIT
|Lecture 1: Introduction||01:20:00|
|Lecture 2: Discrete Source Encoding||01:19:00|
|Lecture 3: Memory-less Sources||01:10:00|
|Lecture 4: Entropy and Asymptotic Equipartition Property||01:21:00|
|Lecture 5: Markov Sources||01:19:00|
|Lecture 6: Quantization||01:20:00|
|Lecture 7: High Rate Quantizers and Waveform Encoding||01:10:00|
|Lecture 8: Measure||01:20:00|
|Lecture 9: Discrete-Time Fourier Transforms||01:17:00|
|Lecture 10: Degrees of Freedom||01:19:00|
|Lecture 11: Signal Space||01:23:00|
|Lecture 12: Nyquist Theory||01:21:00|
|Lecture 13: Random Processes||01:15:00|
|Lecture 14: Jointly Gaussian Random Vectors||01:21:00|
|Lecture 15: Linear Functionals||01:18:00|
|Lecture 16: Review; Introduction to Detection||01:12:00|
|Lecture 17: Detection for Random Vectors and Processes||01:08:00|
|Lecture 18: Theory of Irrelevance||01:13:00|
|Lecture 19: Baseband Detection||01:17:00|
|Lecture 20: Introduction of Wireless Communication||01:17:00|
|Lecture 21: Doppler Spread||01:17:00|
|Lecture 22: Discrete-Time Baseband Models for Wireless Channels||01:11:00|
|Lecture 23: Detection for Flat Rayleigh Fading and Incoherent Channels||01:04:00|
|Lecture 24: Case Study on Code Division Multiple Access||01:10:00|
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