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PGST2


Course: Signal and Information Theory II

Department/Abbreviation: KEF/PGST2

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'doc. RNDr. Libor Machala, Ph.D.'

Annotation: The aim is to familiarize students with basic processes of signal processing including modulation, sampling, and quantization. Students are further familiarized with the terms and relations of theory of information.

Course review:
Basic properties and types of analogical modulations of signals Amplitude modulation and effect of noise on amplitude-modulated signals Phase modulation and effect of noise on phase-modulated signals Sampling and impulse modulations of signals Quantization and digital modulations of signals Multi-channel signals Definition and basic terms of theory of information, information and its quantitative measures, mathematical inequalities in theory of information Basic types and properties of information entropy Mean mutual sinformation and its properties Coding and redundancy of information Transmission of information via discrete channel Transmission of information via continuous channel Relationship between information and thermodynamical entropy