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DC Digital Communication PART2

DC Digital Communication PART2

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By Matthew Valenti
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By Matthew Valenti

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EE 561Communication TheorySpring 2003
Instructor: Matthew ValentiDate: Jan.15, 2003Lecture #2Probability and Random Variables
 
Review/Preview
Last time:
Course policies (syllabus).
Block diagram of communication system.
This time:
Review of probability and random variables.
 
Random Events
When we conduct a
random experiment 
, we canuse set notation to describe possible
outcomes
.
Example: Roll a six-sided die.
Possible
outcomes
: S={1,2,3,4,5,6}
An
event 
is any subset of possible outcomes: A = {1,2}
The
complement 
of the event is:
A = S-A = {3,4,5,6}
S is the
certain event 
(the set of all outcomes).
is the
null event 
(empty set).
Another example:
Transmit a data bit.
Two complementary outcomes are:{Received correctly, received in error}
 A

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