This course is the second of a two-term sequence. The focus is on coding techniques for approaching the Shannon limit of additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels, their performance analysis, and design principles. After a review of Principles of Digital Communication I and the Shannon limit for AWGN channels, the course begins by discussing small signal constellations, performance analysis and coding gain, and hard-decision and soft-decision decoding. It continues with binary linear block codes, Reed-Muller codes, finite fields, Reed-Solomon and BCH codes, binary linear convolutional codes, and the Viterbi algorithm. More advanced topics include trellis representations of binary linear block codes and trellis-based decoding; codes on graphs; the sum-product and min-sum algorithms; the BCJR algorithm; turbo codes, LDPC codes and RA codes; and performance of LDPC codes with iterative decoding. Finally, the course addresses coding for the bandwidth-limited regime, including lattice codes, trellis-coded modulation, multilevel coding and shaping. If time permits, it covers equalization of linear Gaussian channels.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.
Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers crystal field theory in both the tetrahedral case and the square planar case. The discussion then moves to the spectrochemical series and strong/weak field ligands. A conversation on magnetism, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, in transition metals concludes the lecture.