Communications systems continue to grow in importance, fuelled by growth in both personal and computer communications. The main challenge in communications has always been to realise systems with high quality but low bandwidth requirements. This course looks at traditional and modern methods for doing this for both analogue and digital signals.
I am a first class, second year engineering undergraduate at the University of Oxford and these concise notes detail a module from the A2 course. I believe they can be of use to anyone doing a general of electrical engineering degree.
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