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Welcome to. DT001A, Simulation of communication systems, 7.5 ECTS. Magnus.Eriksson@miun.se. A project course based on MATLAB with SIMULINK and Communications Blockset. MATLAB = Matrix Laboratory.

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  1. Welcome to DT001A, Simulation of communication systems, 7.5 ECTS Magnus.Eriksson@miun.se

  2. A project course based on MATLAB with SIMULINK and Communications Blockset MATLAB = Matrix Laboratory. Tool for numerical calculation and visualization. Commonly used for simulation of the communication system physical layer, signal and image processing research, etc. SIMULINK: Toolbox in Matlab that allows graphical data-flow oriented programming.

  3. Aim of the course • To learn principles od digital communicaiton by simulation • To prepare the student for thesis projects and work in the area of telecommunications development and research. • To give experience of performance analysis of communication systems and algorithms, especially at the physical layer and datalink layer. • To give experience of simulation tools such as MATLAB and SIMULINK. • This may include modelling and simulation of traffic sources, channel models, modulation schemes, error coding schemes, equalizers, algorithms and protocols. • A real-world project is studied within an application area such as cellular communications, modems for broadband access, wireless networks, short-range communication, digital TV transmission, IP-TV or IP-telephony.

  4. Prerequisites • Wireless Internet access B 7.5 ECTS credits • Computer Networks A 7.5 ECTS credits • Some course on computer programming It is also recommended that the student has studied some of the following courses: • Mathematical statistics • Transform theory • Analog electronics • Signals and systems

  5. Preliminary schedule • Course week 1   Introduction lecture • Course week 2  Intro to Simulink. Lab exercise. • Presentation of assignment 1. • Course week 4  Student seminars. • Course week 5  Student seminars. • Course week 6  Project supervision • Course week 7 Project supervision • Course week 8 Project supervision • Course week 10  Project presentations

  6. Requirements for passing • All scheduled events are mandatory. • Course details, list of assignments and final schedule will be provided within a few days, when the number of registered students is known. • You are expected to devote 4 hours/week to this course, for example in room L320. • Keeping deadlines is required for higher marks. Students studying three courses in parallell may however delay their final presentations without affecting the grading.

  7. Literature • Matlab and Simulink documentation will be provided electronically. • Please repeat physical layer issues and datalink layer issues in basic books in Computer Networks and Wireless Internet Access.

  8. Assignment 1: Theory repetition • The first assignment consists of old exam problems in Computer Networks A, Wireless Internet access B and Telecommunications B. • It will be provided this week in WebCT to registered students. Please contact me by email if you are not registered yet, but want the assignment. • Deadline: The third lecture. Be prepared to present your answers on the whiteboard.

  9. Repetition of some basic concepts • Frequency spectrum • Digitalisation, source coding • Error coding • Modulation • Multiple-access methods • Base-band model • Distorsion, noise • Signal-to-noise ratio • Bit-error ratio

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