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Telephone network, coaxial cable, waveguide, etc. Fiber optic channels: Optical fibers Wireless electromagnetic channels: Storage channels: X , then the c. Find the pdfs pY y and pZ z. Example cont. Bernoulli r. That is: Binomial random variable: The r. The probability or cumulative distribution function c. If X is a non-standard normal r. The joint p. For example: Then the magnitude and the phase of the complex r.
The p. The sample function X1 t corresponds to the sample point in the sample space and, occurs with probability Pr s1. Sample functions may be defined at discrete or continuous time instants t , which determine the SP is time discrete or continuous. Sample function values may be discrete or continuous. G G Proof: According to the multivariate Gaussian distribution shown in Lecture 3.
Show that X t is a WSS random process. Consider a linear system with impulse response h t. We wish to find the cross-correlation between the input and the output random processes, X t and Y t. Please find the autocorrelation and p. Solution The p. Sampling theorem for deterministic signal: Clue 1. Clue 3. Therefore, the random process, X t ,is called cyclostationary random processes. Example 2: In this case, the second term of above Eq.
Question When is N t stationary? We define the following operations: To minimize the mean square error, error we take the partial derivative with respect to each of s k and set equal to zero, i.
II Signal Correlation: III Euclidean Distance: Repeat Step 3 until all the si t ' s have been used. Verify with the inner product of each other.
Please note that although the waveforms are real, we will assume that they are the complex envelopes of a set of real bandpass waveforms. Orthonormal basis functions: Projection on the orthonormal basis functions: Principle of superposition applies in the mapping of the digital sequence into successive waveforms.
Principle of superposition does not apply to the signals transmitted in the successive time intervals. Non memoryless modulation e. From the discussion in the previous lecture Lecture7, p. Example 2. Is there any pulse that is both time and band-limited? Gray mapping rule Linear Modulation: There are two types of ASK signals.
Since all the s m t are linearly dependent they just differ in a scale factor , there is just one basis function. In this case, the QAM signal can be thought of as 2 PAM signals in quadrature with one-half the average power in each of the quadrature components.
The distance between any two biorthogonal signals is either 2 E av or 2 E av. Are nI t , nQ t , and nB t stationary? Suppose at the receiver, we have known g and t0 exactly; getting these parameters is another issue. The basis functions do not span the noise space, i. However, we will show later that the component of the noise process that falls outside of the signal space is irrelevant to the detection of the signal. Consider an M-ray baseband PAM signal: N 0 lecture13, p.
Basis functions: Output of the correlation detector: Mean and variance of the noise: Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book.
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