- Germain (Germ) Drolet

Tel: (613) 541-6000, ext: 6192 (office S4100)

Email:`drolet-g@rmc.ca` - Two lectures per week (1 1/2 hours each):

- Marking scheme:

4 or 5 quizzes totaling: 75% Final: 25% - Textbook:

J.M. Wozencraft, I.M. Jacobs,*Principles of Communications Engineering*, Waveland Press Inc., U.S.A., 1965 (reprinted 1990), ISBN 0-88133-554-1. - Calendar Description:
**EE501: An Introduction to the Theory of Statistical Communications** - Use of mathematical software is encouraged:
*MAPLE*,*MATHEMATICA*,*MATLAB*, C language programming, ... - Reminder ...
Academic misconduct, including plagiarism, cheating, and other violations of academic ethics, is a serious academic infraction for which penalties may range from a recorded caution to expulsion from the College. The RMCC Academic Regulations Section 23 defines plagiarism as: “Using the work of others and attempting to present it as original thought, prose or work. This includes failure to appropriately acknowledge a source, misrepresentation of cited work, and misuse of quotation marks or attribution.” It also includes “the failure to acknowledge that work has been submitted for credit elsewhere.” All students should consult the published statements on Academic Misconduct contained in the

*Royal Military College of Canada Undergraduate Calendar*, Section 23.

**Resources:**

Main notes

Formula sheets

Random processes may be classified according to some of their properties.
Click here
for
a rough copy of a table of classification.

Solutions
of the
problems at the end of chapter 2 in the notes.

Solutions
of the
problems at the end of chapter 3 in the notes.

Solution
of the
problem at the end of chapter 4 in the notes.

**Additional examples:**

*MAPLE* worksheet
for 3D plots of equation (2.58) in W&J

Table of some Fourier transform pairs

Audio samples of White Random Processes (Click here for a time-domain view of the signals):

Audio samples of Binary Random Processes (Click here for a time-domain view of the signals):- rectangular pulse shape (mp3) and it's spectrum.
- triangular pulse shape (mp3) and it's spectrum.
- raised-cosine pulse shape (mp3) and it's spectrum.

**Quizes:**

First Quiz (2018/09/25)
solutions

**Quizes from past years:**

First Quiz (2011)
solutions

First Quiz (2014)
solutions

First Quiz (2015)
solutions

Second Quiz (2011)
solutions

Second Quiz (2014)
solutions

Second Quiz (2015)
solutions

Third Quiz (2011)
solutions

Third Quiz (2014)
solutions

Third Quiz (2015)
solutions

Fourth Quiz (2011)
solutions

Fourth Quiz (2014)
solutions

Fourth Quiz (2015)
solutions

Fifth Quiz (2014)

Fifth Quiz (2015)

**Final Exams from past years:**

**Final Exam** (2011)
(solutions)

**Final Exam** (2014)
(solutions)

**Final Exam** (2015)
(solutions)

**Suggested problems in the textbook by Wozencraft & Jacobs:**Problems in parenthesis are of lesser importance.

**Chapter 2:**- 2.4, (2.5), 2.7, (2.8), 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.14, 2.16, 2.17,
2.19, 2.20, (2.21), 2.23, 2.24, 2.25, (2.28), 2.30, 2.31,
2.34 (required for problem 3.15), (2.35), (2.37), 2.39 (uses some concepts of
*Coding Theory*- we will expand on this in**Chapter 5**) Solutions

Better solution Problem 2.25 **Chapter 3:**- 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.6, (3.7), 3.8 (question (a) of lesser
importance), 3.9, 3.11(c), (3.15), (3.16), (3.17), 3.18.
Solutions
**Chapter 4:**- 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.9, 4.11, 4.12, 4.15
Solutions

**External link: **

Tutorial on probabilities:
http://www.sci.utah.edu/~gerig/CS6640-F2010/prob-tut.pdf