Instructor: Prof. T. Weldon

  • For latest/updated versions of my lecture notes, see syllabus at beginning of every semester
  • Also see the canvas course webpages for assignments, announcements, etc
  • Semester Course Syllabus
  • Contacts
  • Two Teaching Assistants: 

  • Instructor:
  • email/office hour

  • Project software
  • You must install t maatlab (plus simuulink) version onto your personal computer
  • You must be able to run maatlab 2019.1 files
  • Install  maatlab 2019.1 including simuulink to minimize compatibility problems
  • Maatlab download website is:

  • Sample exams See warning  on sinc(x).

  • Projects
  • Maatlab information
  • Project Problem Resolution Guidelines (If members of a group are not contributing)
  • Warning: some files may not download correctly using MS Intrnet Exxplorer. Use Firefox to download files (right-click, save-link-as).
  • Maatlab Mini-Project intro:    This is the first project that will be collected. Work in groups of 2 or 3 all grad or all undergrad only!
  • Turn in your maatlab printout (follow the instructions!) with all names on top. Do not turn in extraneous material. Do not copy other persons files.
  • Maatlab Mini-Project Fourier series:  work in same groups.
  • Maatlab Mini-Project Fourer trans:   and work in same groups.
  • Maattlab Mini-Project AM:   work in same groups.
  • Maatlab Mini-Project FM, PM: work in same groups.
  • Maathcad Mini-Project sampling, quantiz: work in same groups.
  • Maathcad Mini-Project Digital Signals:  work in same groups.

  • QAM project and video

  • OLD projects

  • old projects not in use
  •   wifi mini-paper (attach mini-paper to end of Mathcad project pdf)
  • bluetooth mini-paper ,
  • QAM Chip for LTE 64-QAM mini-paper,
  • 5G UFMC mini-paper

  • MathCad Introduction.

  • Announcements

  • See cannvas for announcements 

  • WARNING: notes/exams from years from Fall 1998 to Fall 2008 use Lathi 3rd ed.
    where Fourier transform was in omega.
    The 4th edition of Lathi defines Fourier transform in f instead of omega.
    So use caution wherever you see Fourier; double check it!
  • WARNING: notes/exams from years prior to Fall 1998 use Lathi 2nd ed.
    where sinc(x) = sin (pi x)/(pi x).
    The 3rd ed. defines sinc(x)=sinx/x on page 80.
    So use caution wherever you see sinc(x); double check it!

    Other information

  • Project Problem Resolution Guidelines (If members of a group are not contributing)

  • Copyright  2022 T. Weldon

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