EECE 695j Advanced Topics- Introduction to Space-Time Wireless Communications (Fall 2013)
offered by Dept. of Electrical Eng (EE), Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH).
TTh 14:00--15:15 at LG 104. For exceptions, see Schedule/Downloads.
Instructor: Professor Joon Ho Cho
Office) LG 419
E-mail) jcho (at) postech dot ac dot kr
Office Hours: By appointment.
TA: Minuk Kim thisnuk (at) postech doc ac doc kr 054-279-8017
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D. Tse and P. Viswanath, Fundamentals of Wireless Communications. Cambridge Univ. Press, 2005.
A. Paulraj and R. Nabar, and D. Gore, Introduction to Space-Time Wireless Communications.
Password protected lecture notes are available at Schedule/Downloads.
VOD is accessible at http://ttt.aiit.or.kr/ Choose 2007 CS track MIMO Wireless Communications by Arogyaswami Paulraj.
S. Barbarossa, Multiantenna Wireless Communication Systems.
A. Goldsmith, Wireless Communications.
E. Biglier et al., MIMO Wireless Communications.
The course objective is to let the student obtain
1) the knowledge on various modulation and coding schemes for space-time wireless communications, and
2) the capability of formulating and solving new fundamental problems in space-time wireless communications.
- Wireless channel
- Point-to-point Communication: detection, diversity and channel uncertainty
- Cellular systems: multiple access and interference management
- Capacity of wireless channels
- Multiuser capacity and opportunistic communication
- MIMO I: spatial multiplexing and channel modeling
- MIMO II: capacity and multiplexing architecture
- MIMO III: diversity-multiplexing tradeoff and universal space-time codes
- MIMO IV: multiuser communication
EECE 574 Probability and Random Processes, EECE 577 Information and Coding Theory, EECE578 Digital Communication, EECE 645 Statistical Signal Processing
Computer programming skills (MATLAB or C)
Contact the instructor for questions about prerequisites.
1. 1st midterm exam (Fri. 10/4, 7:30pm-12 pm, LG 104, Meetings 1-9)
2. 2nd midterm exam (Fri. 11/1, 7:30pm-12 pm, LG 104, Meetings 1-18) 20 %
3. Final exam (Tue. 12/17, 7:30pm-12pm, LG 104, Meetings 1-29)
5. Participation and Project
1. Homework will be assigned approximately every week.
2. I allow collaboration on the homework. However, students must submit his/her own solutions and provide the names of collaborators.
3. Re-grade requests must be filed in writing within one week after the graded homework has been returned to students.
4. Only 30% of assigned problems per each assignment will be graded.
5. Each sub-problem will be graded according to the following scale: 100%, 60%, 20%, and 0%.
1. Students may take exams earlier than the original schedule if he/she requests at least one week earlier.
2. Excused class absence on an exam day may lead to a make-up exam for the absentee.
3. Re-grade requests must be filed in writing within one week after the graded exam has been returned to students.
4. Each sub-problem will be graded according to the following scale: 100%, 60%, 20%, and 0%.
Policy on Academic Dishonesty
If the instructor suspects academic dishonesty, the instructor will notify the student(s) and follow the procedure to report to the Graduate School without any exception. Students have the responsibility to be knowledgeable about the consequences of dishonesty.