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Broadband Wireless Telecommunication and Broadcasting Systems
A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Szélessávú vezeték nélküli hírközlő és műsorszóró rendszerek
Last updated: 2019. február 5.
Multimedia Systems and Services EE MSc
A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.
A kötelező előtanulmányi rendek grafikus formában itt láthatók.
Based on the theoretical background presented in
Communications Theory, this subject introduces the fundamental methods applied
in wideband wireless communications and broadcasting systems, covering the
following main topics.
The first topic covers some special aspects of digital
communications, including spectrally efficient coding procedures (higher-order
digital modulations ― MQAM, continuous phase modulations ― CPM, multi-carrier
methods ― OFDM, FBMC), coded modulation systems, spread spectrum systems (for
both constatnt and variable rate services), as well as multiple access systems (CDMA,
FDMA, TDMA, SDMA) and multi-user receive techniques.
The second topic introduces the properties of
transmission media, giving an overview of the characteristics of terrestrial
and satellite microwave media, terrestrial and satellite mobile, fixed and
broadcasting radio channels (e.g. WSSUS), also covering point-to-point and
point-multi point (e.g. MIMO) systems.
The third topic is the presentation of special systems
and devices, including terrestrial and satellite broadcasting and
communications systems, such as DAB, DVB and DRM, as well as wideband and fixed
wireless access (BFWA) networks, together with the aspects of the convergence
of cellular and broadcasting networks (SDR, LTE, 5G, DVB IP, DVB RCT/S/C).
The fouth topic gives an in-depth overview of the
measuring technology of state-of-the-art digital broadcasting and
communications systems, detailing their time and frequency domain properties,
covering also modulation analysis, as well as bit error and packer error rate
related issues. The baseband representation, as well as the modeling and
simulation of these systems is also introduced, in addition to the generation
of real and complex signals with given stochastic parameters along with simulation-based
estimation of system parameters.
By the end of the semester, the students will develop
skills which enable them to design, model and investigate the fundamental
(physical-layer related) properties of the emerging wideband fixed, cellular
and broadcasting systems.
Breakdown of the topics presented by weeks:
and system design of analog systems; terrestrial broadcasting systems (AM-DSB and
-SSB, FM, FM-RDS, analog cable TV).
coding theory and procedures of communications and broadcasting systems,
overview of data stream structures (MPEG-1/2, Layer I, II, III, AAC, MPEG-4
AVC, HE-AAC, HVXC, CELP, Dolby AC-3; MPEG-2 TS and ETI).
the main topics of Communication Theory
Channel coding procedures of
communications and broadcasting systems; block coding and convolutional coding,
Viterbi algorithm, BCH, LDPC.
fundamentals of channel coding systems; interleaving, randomization, concatenated
coders, iterative (turbo) coders.
modulation schemes (MPSK, MFSK, MQAM); waveforms, vector representation,
bandwidth, transmit power, symbol error rate, transmitter and receiver
structures, higher-order digital modulations.
modulation systems: trelis-coded modulation, TC-MPSK, TC-MQAM, soft decoding,
continuous phase modulations (CPM)
of transmission media: terrestrial and satellite microwave media, the
characteristics of mobile and fixed radio channels (e.g. WSSUS). The properties
of broadcasting (terrestrial and satellite) radio channels.
spectrum and multiple access systems: SS (codes, direct sequence systems, slow
and fast frequency hopping systems); multiple access systems (CDMA, FDMA, TDMA,
SDMA), multi-user receive procedures.
multi-carrier systems: OFDM (orthogonality, channel correction in OFDM systems,
guard interval, etc.), FBMC; point-to-point and point-to-multi point links also
for SISO, SIMO, MISO, MIMO channels.
television broadcasting systems (DVB system variants), the design and
properties thereof. Complementary services of DVB (RCT, MHP, etc.).
design and properties of digital radio systems (DAB, DAB+, FMeXtra, HD-Radio,
DRM, DRM+, as well as ISDB-T/SB mentioned) (channel coding, modulation).
of communications and broadcasting systems: merger of TV and radio standards (T-DMB
and radio broadcasts in DVB-ben), integration with communications systems (SDR,
LTE, 5G), virtual networks.
of communications and broadcasting systems; investigation of spectral and
transfer characteristics, effects of linear and non linear distortions, time
and frequency domain characteristics, modulation analysis and bit error rate as
well as packet error rate measurements.
of the main elements of wideband wireless systems via examples (mobile and
fixed, terrestrial and satellite networks). Baseband presentation of digital
transmissions, overview of modeling and simulation procedures. Quality analysis
of communications and broadcasting systems, analog signal quality assessment,
digital QoS parameters, digital picture quality assessment.
o Attendance on lectures
o NZH (written examination)
Proakis, Salehi: Communications System Engineering,
Prentice Hall Second Edition, 2002.
Walter Fischer: Digital Video and Audio Broadcasting
Technology (Springer, 2008.)
Gerald W. Collins: Fundamentals of Digital Television
Transmission (John Wiley & Sons, 2001.
Paul Dambacher: Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting