Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Introduction to EECS II: Digital Communication Systems
Lecture 1: Overview: Information and Entropy
Lecture 2: Compression: Huffman and LZW
Lecture 3: Errors, Channel Codes
Lecture 4: Linear Block Codes, Parity Relations
Lecture 5: Error Correction, Syndrome Decoding
Lecture 6: Convolutional Codes
Lecture 7: Viterbi Decoding
Lecture 8: Noise
Lecture 9: Transmitting on a Physical Channel
Lecture 10: Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems
Lecture 11: LTI Channel and Intersymbol Interference
Lecture 12: Filters and Composition
Lecture 13: Frequency Response of LTI Systems
Lecture 14: Spectral Representation of Signals
Lecture 15: Modulation/Demodulation
Lecture 16: More on Modulation/Demodulation
Lecture 17: Packet Switching
Lecture 18: MAC Protocols
Lecture 19: Network Routing (without failures)
Lecture 20: Network Routing (with failures)
Lecture 21: Reliable Transport
Lecture 22: Sliding Window Analysis, Little's Law
Lecture 23: A Brief History of the Internet
Lecture 24: History of the Internet cont'd, Course Summary
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