Review Comment

[ELEN E4815] Random Signals & Noise

May 03, 2012

Kalet, Irving Silver_nugget
[ELEN E4815] Random Signals & Noise

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This was a great class.

Kalet covers random processes, analog modulations (using random processes to calculate the real signal to noise ratios, not the fake ones you'll cover in 3701), matched filters, linear estimation and parameters estimation.
Basically, it's a course that uses probability to do fun things, which is about infinitely more enjoyable than a probability course.

He always makes sure to review any topics that you'll need to know, like probability or modulations, and his lectures are well organized and thorough. He also likes to slip in historical fun facts about the engineers who pioneered these topics.

Easy to talk to, and available if you need help. This is fun course, and if you attend class and do the homework it won't be too challenging.

Workload:

Weekly p-set
1 midterm
final

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2012 Spring TR / 9:10-10:25 AM 1
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2011 Spring TR / 9:10-10:25 AM 1
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2010 Spring TR / 9:10-10:25 AM 1
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2009 Spring TR / 9:30-10:45 AM 1
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2008 Spring R / 1:00- 3:30 PM 1
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2007 Spring W / 9:00-11:00 AM 1
ELEN / ELEN ELEN ELEN E4815: Random Signals & Noise Irving Kalet 2005 Spring W / 9:00-11:00 AM 1