EQ2830 Detekterings- och modulationsteori, forskarförberedande 7,5 hp

Detection and Modulation Theory, Accelerated Program

OBS!

Detta är en nedlagd kurs.

Contents: This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of detection theory with applications to digital communications. The course also covers the basics of estimation theory and the design of modulation signal waveforms.

Outline:

  • Classical estimation and detection theory, discrete-time/vector models
  • Representation of continuous-time stochastic processes
  • Detection of continuous-time waveforms
  • Estimation of signal parameters
  • Gaussian signals in AWGN
  • Detection of random processes in noise
  • Estimating the parameters of a random process
  • Utbildningsnivå

    Avancerad nivå
  • Huvudområde

  • Betygsskala

    A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

Sista planerade examination: VT00.

Det finns inget planerat kurstillfälle.

Lärandemål

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of detection theory with applications to digital communications. The course also covers the basics of estimation theory and the design of modulation signal waveforms.

Kursens huvudsakliga innehåll

A brief outline is as follows:

  • Classical estimation and detection theory, discrete-time/vector models
  • Representation of continuous-time stochastic processes
  • Detection of signals, continuous-time waveforms
  • Estimation of signal parameters
  • Gaussian signals in AWGN
  • Detection of random processes in noise
  • Estimating the parameters of a random process

Two versions: The course is eligible for undergraduate, master and doctoral students. There will be two versions:

  • 2E1434: An accelerated program (forskarförberedande) version, 5 cu's
  • F2E5634: A Ph.D. student version, 8 cu's

Behörighet

Grundläggande behörighet

Rekommenderade förkunskaper

EQ2310 Digital Communications.

Litteratur

The course is based on the two classic volumes

  • H. L. Van Trees, "Detection, Estimation and Modulation Theory," Part I (Wiley: paperback ISBN 0-471-095176)
  • H. L. Van Trees, "Detection, Estimation and Modulation Theory," Part III: Radar-Sonar Signal Processing and Gaussian Signals in Noise (Wiley: paperback ISBN 0-471-10793-x)

The accelerated program version of the course uses only Part I while the Ph.D. student version uses both parts.

Examination

  • TEN1 - Tentamen, 7,5, betygsskala: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

Krav för slutbetyg

The main focus is on extensive homework problems that must be handed in according to a schedule.
The accelerated program version will in addition include an exam.

Ges av

EES/Teknisk informationsvetenskap

Kontaktperson

Tobias Oechtering

Examinator

Tobias Oechtering <oech@kth.se>

Övrig information

Given every second year. Given period 2 10/11.

Versionsinformation

Kursplan gäller från och med HT2007.
Examinationsinformation gäller från och med HT2007.