Welcome to this course on designing your own OFDM transmitter and receiver using the sound device of your PC. In this course you will learn the basics of OFDM modulation and demodulation and the additionally required parts such as synchronization, channel estimation and equalization.
For running the examples it is recommended to use a dedicated sound device, such that (though very improbable) misconfigurations would destroy your main sound device. As an external USB sound card is very cheap, this safety measure is clearly worth the effort. In addition, it allows you to still listen to music while working with the code :-) For a recommendation of sound device, speaker and microphone, please refer to the documentation on DSPIllustrations.com.
Below, you find the table of contents with links to the Jupyter notebooks for running all the experiments.
Last updated: August 21, 2018
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