ECE 559 - Topics in Communications

Official Description

Lectures and discussion related to advanced topics and new areas of interest in the theory of communication systems: information theory, coding theory, and communication network theory. Course Information: May be repeated in the same term, if topics vary, to a maximum of 12 graduate hours; may be repeated in separate terms, if topics vary, to a maximum of 16 graduate hours. Credit toward a degree from multiple offerings of this course is not given if those offerings have significant overlap, as determined by the ECE department. Prerequisite: As specified each term. (It is expected that each offering will have a 500-level course as a prerequisite or co-requisite.)

Subject Area

Communications

Course Directors

Description

Lectures and discussion related to advanced topics and new areas of interest in the theory of communication systems, including information theory, coding theory, and communication network theory.

Notes

May be repeated in the same term as topics vary, to a maximum of 12 graduate hours; may be repeated in separate terms as topics vary, to a maximum of 16 graduate hours. Two or more sections of this course may be offered in a term with different outlines. Students registering in more than one section should receive credit separately for each section. Students will not receive additional credit toward a degree from multiple offerings of this course if those offerings have significant overlap, as determined by the Electrical and Computer Engineering department.

Detailed Description and Outline

May be repeated in the same term as topics vary, to a maximum of 12 graduate hours; may be repeated in separate terms as topics vary, to a maximum of 16 graduate hours. Two or more sections of this course may be offered in a term with different outlines. Students registering in more than one section should receive credit separately for each section. Students will not receive additional credit toward a degree from multiple offerings of this course if those offerings have significant overlap, as determined by the Electrical and Computer Engineering department.

Texts

Will vary from semester to semester and section to section.

Last updated

2/13/2013