Signals and Codes
- Department of Transport Telematics
The main goals of the course are to give the theoretical background of signals and codes and apply it to the solution of practical problems in telematics. In the course the representation of audio and video signals both in analog and discrete form will be presented. The emphasis will be given on the new coding possibility (MPEG, Spread-Spectrum, etc.) and the assessment of their characteristic features.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Introduction into signals and codes.
2.The features of analog and discrete signals.
3.Representation of deterministic analog signals.
4.Representation of deterministic discrete signals.
5.Representation of stochastic analog signals.
6.Representation of stochastic discrete signals.
7.Audio and video signal features (different requirements on the transmission).
8.Modulation of discrete and analog signals.
9.The theory of deterministic and stochastic signal coding.
10.Audio signals coding.
11.Video signals coding.
12.Coding of data signals.
13.The optimal design of transmission chain (signal, modulator, demodulator, etc.).
14.Features of transmission chain.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
Gershenfeld N.: The Nature of Mathematical Modeling, Cambridge University Press, 1999
MathWorks Inc.: MATLAB - Users manual
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: