Gallager, Robert G. Principles of Digital Communication. ISBN: For an earlier version of this book, see lecture notes in the OpenCourseWare course 6. The required text covers all the material in the course, but the following references can provide enrichment and additional examples. Proakis, John G.
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The professor teaches well and very clearly. However, the course might run really slowly at times. Many students got a DX grade because of low attendance.
A good understanding of random processes is very helpful in understanding much of the content and solving problems. Most of the content covered did not overlap much with EE which made the classes more interesting. The classes for B. Tech and DD ran at the same pace, covered the same content and the exams were also the same for both the batches despite different professors teaching the course. Tutorials were regularly uploaded and discussed by the professor. No solutions were provided. Tutorials did help in deepening understanding of the content and required some amount of calculations not very heavy.
The exams were on the easier side with many questions coming directly from the tutorials. The end semester exam was a little lengthy but the questions were not very difficult.
EE 328 – Digital Communication