SC/PHYS 4250 3.0 Signal and Communications Theory

Signal representation using orthogonal functions; Fourier series and transforms as applied to signals; ideal and physically realizable filters; the sampling theorem; definitions and characterizations of energy, power and their spectral densities; the modulation theorem; various kinds of modulation and bandwidth requirements.

Prerequisites: SC/PHYS 3250 3.0; AS/SC/MATH 2015 3.0; AS/SC/AK/MATH 2270 3.0.

Degree credit exclusion: AS/SC/MATH 4130B 3.0.