|Phone||+41 21 69 37693|
|Office Hours||By appointment|
|Teaching Assistant||Elie Najm|
|Office Hours||By appointment|
|Student Assistant||Pierre Quinton|
|Student Assistant||Ignacio Aleman|
|Student Assistant||Quentin Bacuet|
|Student Assistant||Axel Vandebrouck|
|Credits :||6 ECTS|
See the course information.
- Please make sure that you have registered for the course on IS-Academia so that you can access the lecture notes on Nota Bene.
You can find a tutorial video on how to use Nota Bene here.
First quiz to take place on Friday, March 16th 2018 at 10.15 am. The quiz will cover chapters 1 and 2.
Second quiz to take place on Friday, May 25th 2018 at 10.15 am. The quiz will cover chapters 5 and 6.
- The midterm will take place on Friday April 20th, from 10:15 till 13:00 in the classroom. It will cover all material up to and including Homework 7.
- You are allowed to bring a two-sided handwritten cheat sheet. No books or calculators allowed.
Please find instructions about your final project here.
You should register your groups at latest by Wednesday, May 2.
You will present your projects on Friday, June 1.
Please find the schedule for the teams presentations here. On Friday, June 1, we will start one hour earlier at 09:05 a.m. to give room for potential complications. Each team has 10 min to present its work.
- The final will take place on Tuesday July 3rd, from 8:15 till 11:15 in CE6. It will cover all material from the beginning of the semester.
- You are allowed to bring two two-sided handwritten cheat sheets. No books or calculators allowed.
|Date||Topics Covered||Reading Assignment||Exercises||Solutions|
|Feb 21||Background on Probability||hw1.pdf||hw1_sol.pdf|
|Feb 23||Chapter 1 [1.2–1.6] Chapter 2 [2.1–2.2.1]|
|Feb 28||Binary Hypothesis Testing||hw2.pdf||hw2_sol.pdf|
|Mar 2||Chapter 2 [2.2.2–2.4]||Neyman-Pearson Theorem|
|Mar 7||m-ary Hypothesis Testing,
Discrete-Time AWGN Channel
|Mar 9||Chapter 2 [2.5–2.7]|
|Mar 14||Sufficient Statistic,
Error Probability Bounds
|Mar 16||Chapter 2 [2.12],
Chapter 3 [3.1–3.4]
|Mar 21||Continuous-Time AWGN Channel|
|Mar 23||Chapter 3 [3.5–3.7, 3.9]|
|Mar 28||Alternative Receiver Architectures||hw6.pdf||hw6_sol.pdf|
|Mar 30- Apr 8||Easter Holiday|
|Apr 11||Chapter 4 [4.1–4.3]|
|Apr 13||Isometric Transformations||hw7.pdf||hw7_sol.pdf|
|Apr 18||Chapter 4 [4.4–4.7]|
|Apr 20||Midterm exam||
Midterm.pdf (as it was given)
Midterm-v1.pdf (as it was intended)
Midterm_sol.pdf (as it was given)
Midterm_sol-v1.pdf (as it was intended)
|Apr 27||Chapter 5 [5.1–5.4]|
|May 2||Power Spectral Density
|May 4||Chapter 5 [5.5,5.6,5.8] Chapter 6 [6.1–6.3]|
|May 9||Root-Raised-Cosine Family
|May 11||Chapter 6 [6.4–6.5]|
|May 16||Bit-error Probability
of Convolutional Codes
|May 18||Chapter 7 [7.1–7.4]|
|May 23||Passband Communication||hw12.pdf||hw12_sol.pdf|
|May 30||Questions/Answers session||Mock_exam.pdf||Mock_exam_sol.pdf|
|Jul 3||Final Exam||final.pdf||final_sol.pdf|
B. Rimoldi, Principles of digital communication: a top-down approach. Cambridge University Press, 2016. ISBN: 9781107116450