Wednesday, 31 October 2012

LTE course


LTE an initialism of Long Term Evolution, marketed as 4G LTE, is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. It is based on the GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA network technologies, increasing the capacity and speed using a different radio interface together with core network improvements.

Source : Wikipedia






Now I present the famous LTE course for the famous mobile instructor Eng. Waleed Elsafoury. 
I hope you like it.

Chapter-1 : LTE Introduction.



Chapter-2 : LTE Enabling Technologies.


Chapter-3 : LTE Network Structure.


Chapter-4 : LTE Radio Interface.


Chapter-5 : LTE Procedures.


Chapter-6 : LTE Physical Layer.



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Digital Design Lectures

Course Structure:

  • Boolean Algebra and switching functions; Minimization and realization using logic gates, ROMs (Read Only Memories), PLAs (Programmable Logic Arrays), multiplexers.
  • Circuits for code conversion; Flip-flops, registers, counters.
  • Finite state model: State tables and diagrams; State minimization; Excitation functions of memory elements.
  • Synthesis of synchronous sequential circuits; Representation and synthesis using ASM charts; Incompletely specified machines.
  • Specification and synthesis of asynchronous sequential machines.
  • Number representation: fixed and floating point; Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers.
  • Current trends in digital design: ASIC, FPGA, etc.

Lecture Slides:

  1. Introduction to Digital Design PDF Slides
  2. Number System PDF Slides
  3. Operations in Number System and Boolean Algebra PDF Slides
  4. Boolean Algebra and Theorems PDF Slides
  5. Gates, Truth Table, Min Term, MaxTerm, Canonical Form PDF Slides [[[Mano Book and Vahid Book]]]
  6.  KMap-Logic Minimization PDF Slides
  7. KMap-Logic Minimization PDFSlides
  8. KMap-Logic Minimization PDFSlides
  9. MUX and Decoder, Logic Implementation using MUX/Decoder PDF Slides
  10. Adders/BCD Adder Delays, Quine-McCluskey (QM) Logic Minimization Motivation and Examples PDF Slides
  11. QM Examples and Programming Method, Complexity PDF Slides[[[Mano Book]]]
  12. Sequential Logic Design: SR Latch PDF Slides
  13. SR Latch (Race Condition: Ensure, Stabilize, Store), D latch, Clocked Flip Flop PDF Slides
  14. Flip-Flop: Level/Edge Sensitive, Master Slave, J-K and FF Universality, Characteristic Equations PDF Slides [[[ Givone Book]]]
  15. Register (Storing State Example), Introduction to FSM PDF Slides
  16. FSM and Examples PDF Slides
  17. FSM Controller Implementation PDF Slides [[[ Vahid Book]]]
  18. FSM Controller Examples: Press button Sync, Sequence Generator, 2 bit Binary Counter, FSM Controller using Other FFs PDF Slides
  19. Counters (Binary(Sync/Async), Mod N Counter, FF Excitation Table, Counter using D/T/JK/RS FFs) PDF Slides [[[ Givone Book]]]
  20. Counter Based on Shift Regsiter PDF Slides
  21. Designing of Multi Function Register PDF Slides [[[ Vahid Book ]]]
  22. Adder (Basic Model: Ripple carry Model), Carry Analysis (Ganeration, Propagation, Kill) PDF Slides [[[ Ercegovac and Lang Book ]]]
  23. Adder Machester, Carry Skip and Carry Select PDF Slides
  24. Adder Delay Analysis: RCA, mRCA, CSkipA, CSelA and Logarithmic Adder (Carry look ahead Adder) PDF Slides [[[ Ercegovac and Lang Book ]]]
  25. Multiplication and quiz PDF Slides
  26. Multiplication PDF Slides
  27. Division PDF Slides
  28. Floating points: Represenation (float,double), Density, Operation and Accuracy (X+1=X) PDF Slides
  29. HDL Introduction PDF Slides
  30. VHDL: Syntax, Model, Test Bench and Tool (GHDL and GTKWAVE) PDF Slides
  31. VHDL: Test Bench, Package, Library, Generic/generate, (Adder, Mux, Register) PDF Slides
  32. VHDL: Model and Synthesis PDF Slides

Books:

Text:

  1. Frank Vahid, Digital Design (Preview Edition), Wiely India Edition, 2005
  2. M. Morris Mano and M. D. Ciletti, Digital Design, 4/e, Pearson Education, 2007.
  3. Donald D. Givone, Digital Principles and Design, McGraw-Hill, 2003

References:

  1. Ercegovac and Lang, Digital Arithmatic, Morgan Kauffman, 2004
  2. R. H. Katz and G. Boriello, Contemporary Logic Design, 2/e, Prentice Hall of India, 2009.
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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Introduction to Probability and Statistics Lectures


Course Description


This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. Topics include: basic probability models; combinatorics; random variables; discrete and continuous probability distributions; statistical estimation and testing; confidence intervals; and an introduction to linear regression.



Lecture Notes

LEC #TOPICSLECTURE NOTES
1Probability, Set Operations(PDF)
2Properties of Probability

Finite Sample Spaces, Some Combinatorics
(PDF)
3Multinomial Coefficients, Union of Events(PDF)
4Matching Problem, Conditional Probability(PDF)
5Independence of Events(PDF)
6Solutions to Problem Set 1(PDF)
7Bayes' Formula(PDF)
8Random Variables and Distributions(PDF)
9Cumulative Distribution Function(PDF)
10Marginal Distributions(PDF)
11Conditional Distributions, Multivariate Distributions(PDF)
12Functions of Random Variables, Convolution(PDF)
13Functions of Random Variables: Sum, Product, Ratio, Maximum, Change of Variables(PDF)
14Linear Transformations of Random Vectors, Review of Problem Set 4(PDF)
15Review for Exam 1(PDF)
16Expectation, Chebyshev's Inequality(PDF)
17Properties of Expectation, Variance, Standard Deviation(PDF)
18Law of Large Numbers, Median(PDF)
19Covariance and Correlation, Cauchy-Schwartz Inequality(PDF)
20Poisson Distribution, Approximation of Binomial Distribution, Normal Distribution(PDF)
21Normal Distribution, Central Limit Theorem(PDF)
22Central Limit Theorem, Gamma Distribution, Beta Distribution(PDF)
23Estimation Theory, Bayes' Estimators(PDF)
24Bayes' Estimators(PDF)
25Maximum Likelihood Estimators(PDF)
26Chi-square Distribution, t-distribution, Confidence Intervals for Parameters of Normal Distribution(PDF)
27Confidence Intervals for Parameters of Normal Distribution(PDF)
28Review for Exam 2(PDF)
29Hypotheses Testing, Bayes' Decision Rules(PDF)
30Most Powerful Test for Two Simple Hypotheses(PDF)
31t-test(PDF)
32Two-sample t-test, Goodness-of-fit Tests, Pearson's Theorem(PDF)
33Simple Goodness-of-fit Test, Composite Hypotheses(PDF)
34Contingency Tables, Tests of Independence and Homogeneity(PDF)
35Kolmogorov-Smirnov Goodness-of-fit Test(PDF)
36Review of Test 2(PDF)
37Review for the Final Exam(PDF)

Exams and Solutions

PRACTICE TESTS                 SOLUTIONS
Practice Test 1 (PDF)             (PDF)
Practice Test 2 (PDF)             (PDF)

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Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ Book Slides

An introduction to the C++ language. Topics will include data types, control structures, functions, pointers, arrays, I/O streams, classes, objects, encapsulation, overloading, inheritance and use of these concepts in problem solving.

These are the slides of the book Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ , 4th Edition by Robert LaFore.




Chapter 1: The Big Picture : Chapter 1 Slides
Chapter 2: C++ Programming Basics : Chapter 2 Slides (Includes pp. 634 - 638)
Chapter 3: Loops and Decisions : Chapter 3 Slides
Chapter 4: Structures, Unions, and Enumerations : Chapter 4 Slides
Chapter 5: Functions : Chapter 5 Slides (Includes pp. 443 - 448)
Chapter 6: Classes and Objects : Chapter 6 Slides (Includes pp. 458 - 465 and 638 - 651)
Chapter 7: Arrays and Strings : Chapter 7 Slides (Includes pp. 440 - 443 and 452 - 457)
Chapter 8: Operator Overloading : Chapter 8 Slides (Also includes pp. 520 - 528 and Associations (pp. 357 - 358) are covered with chapter 9)
Chapter 9: Class Relationships : Chapter 9 Slides (Includes pp. 357 - 358)
Chapter 10: Pointers and Dynamic Memory : Chapter 10 Slides
Chapter 11: Polymorphism and Virtual Functions : Chapter 11 Slides
Chapter 12: Streams and Files (File I/O) : Chapter 12 Slides
Chapter 14: Templates and Exceptions : Chapter 14 Slides

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Sunday, 28 October 2012

Digital Signal Processing Video Lectures

Course Description

This course was developed in 1987 by the MIT Center for Advanced Engineering Studies. It was designed as a distance-education course for engineers and scientists in the workplace.
Advances in integrated circuit technology have had a major impact on the technical areas to which digital signal processing techniques and hardware are being applied. A thorough understanding of digital signal processing fundamentals and techniques is essential for anyone whose work is concerned with signal processing applications.
Digital Signal Processing begins with a discussion of the analysis and representation of discrete-time signal systems, including discrete-time convolution, difference equations, the z-transform, and the discrete-time Fourier transform. Emphasis is placed on the similarities and distinctions between discrete-time. The course proceeds to cover digital network and non-recursive (finite impulse response) digital filters. Digital Signal Processing concludes with digital filter design and a discussion of the fast Fourier transform algorithm for computation of the discrete Fourier transform.

Instructors:

Prof. Alan V. Oppenheim

Video Lectures:

Demonstration 1: Sampling, Aliasing, and Frequency Response, Part 1. (Go to this video)
Demonstration 2: Sampling, Aliasing, and Frequency Response, Part 2. (Go to this video)
Lecture 1: Introduction. (Go to this video)
Lecture 2: Discrete-Time Signals and Systems, Part 1. (Go to this video)
Lecture 3: Discrete-Time Signals and Systems, Part 2. (Go to this video)
Lecture 4: The Discrete-Time Fourier Transform. (Go to this video)
Lecture 5: The z-Transform. (Go to this video)
Lecture 6: The Inverse z-Transform. (Go to this video)
Lecture 7: z-Transform Properties. (Go to this video)
Lecture 8: The Discrete Fourier Series. (Go to this video)
Lecture 9: The Discrete Fourier Transform. (Go to this video)
Lecture 10: Circular Convolution. (Go to this video)
Lecture 11: Representation of Linear Digital Networks. (Go to this video)
Lecture 12: Network Structures for Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) Systems. (Go to this video)
Lecture 13: Network Structures for Finite Impulse Response (FIR) Systems and Parameter Quantization Effects in Digital Filter Structures. (Go to this video)
Lecture 14: Design of IIR Digital Filters, Part 1. (Go to this video)
Lecture 15: Design of IIR Digital Filters, Part 2. (Go to this video)
Lecture 16: Digital Butterworth Filters. (Go to this video)
Lecture 17: Design of FIR Digital Filters. (Go to this video)
Lecture 18: Computation of the Discrete Fourier Transform, Part 1. (Go to this video)
Lecture 19: Computation of the Discrete Fourier Transform, Part 2. (Go to this video)
Lecture 20: Computation of the Discrete Fourier Transform, Part 3. (Go to this video)

Lecture Notes:

LEC #TOPICSLECTURE NOTESPROBLEM SOLUTIONS
1Introduction(PDF)
2Discrete-time signals and systems, part 1(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
3Discrete-time signals and systems, part 2(PDF)(PDF)
4The discrete-time Fourier transform(PDF)(PDF)
5The z-transform(PDF)(PDF)
6The inverse z-transform(PDF)(PDF)
7Z-transform properties(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
8The discrete Fourier series(PDF)(PDF)
9The discrete Fourier transform(PDF)(PDF)
10Circular convolution(PDF)(PDF)
11Representation of linear digital networks(PDF)(PDF)
12Network structures for infinite impulse response (IIR) systems(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
13Network structures for finite impulse response (FIR) systems and parameter quantization effects in digital filter structures(PDF)(PDF)
14Design of IIR digital filters, part 1(PDF)(PDF)
15Design of IIR digital filters, part 2(PDF)(PDF)
16Digital Butterworth filters(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
17Design of FIR digital filters(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
18Computation of the discrete Fourier transform, part 1(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
19Computation of the discrete Fourier transform, part 2(This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.PDF)(PDF)
20Computation of the discrete Fourier transform, part 3(PDF)(PDF)
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Basic Electronics Video Lectures

Basic electronics
A video lecture series on Basic Electronics by Prof. by Prof T.S.Natarajan, IIT Madras as part of National Programm on Technology Enhanced Learning by Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) includes, Introduction to Basic Electronics, Electronic Devices, Laws and Theorems in Basic Electronics, Semi Conductor Diodes, Application of Diodes, Wave Shaping using Diodes, Zener Diode Characteristics, Transistors, Transistor Biasing, Characteristic of an Amplifier, Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, H-Parameters, Circuit Analysis using H-Parameters, Frequency Analysis, Integrated Chip, Four Types of Feed Back, Oscillators...




Lecture - 1 Introduction to Basic Electronics. (Link)
Lecture - 2 Electronic Devices 1. (Link)
Lecture - 3 Electronics Devices 2. (Link)
Lecture - 4 Some Useful Laws in Basic Electronics.(Link)
Lecture - 5 Some Useful Theorems in Basic Electronics. (Link)
Lecture - 6 Semi Conductor Diodes. (Link)
Lecture - 7 Application of Diodes. (Link)
Lecture - 8 Wave Shaping using Diodes Electronics. (Link)
Lecture - 9 Zener Diode Characteristics. (Link)
Lecture - 10 Transistors. (Link)
Lecture - 11 Transistor Biasing 1. (Link)
Lecture - 12 Transistor Biasing 2. (Link)
Lecture - 13 Basic Characteristic of an Amplifier. (Link)
Lecture - 14 Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, H-Parameters. (Link)
Lecture - 15 Circuit Analysis using H-Parameters. (Link)
Lecture - 16 Frequency Response of Amplifiers. (Link)
Lecture - 17 Frequency Analysis. (Link)
Lecture - 18 Power Amplifiers. (Link)
Lecture - 19 Differential Amplifiers CKT. (Link)
Lecture - 20 Integrated Chip. (Link)
Lecture - 21 Typical Characteristic of Operation Amplifier. (Link)
Lecture - 22 Four Types of Feed Back 1 Electronics. (Link)
Lecture - 23 Four Types of Feed Back 2 Electronics. (Link)
Lecture - 24 Mathematical Operations 1. (Link)
Lecture - 25 Mathematical Operations 2. (Link)
Lecture - 26 Mathematical Operations 3. (Link)
Lecture - 27 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 1. (Link)
Lecture - 28 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 2. (Link)
Lecture - 29 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 3. (Link)
Lecture - 30 Inverter - Non-Inverter Circuits. (Link)
Lecture - 31 Applications of Op Amps. (Link)
Lecture - 32 Non-Linear Op Amp circuits. (Link)
Lecture - 33 Applications of Op Amps. (Link)
Lecture - 34 Active Diode Circuits. (Link)
Lecture - 35 Oscillators. (Link)
Lecture - 36 Logarithmic and Anti-Logarithmic Amplifier. (Link)
Lecture - 37 Filters. (Link)
Lecture - 38 Uni-Junction Transistor. (Link)
Lecture - 39 Silicon Controlled Rectifier. (Link)
Lecture - 40 Field Effect Transistor. (Link)\

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