Need computer science help with Matlab-Electrical -Telecom

The objective of this project is to
demonstrate some of the principles of a digital communication system. I
want you to implement at least two digital compression techniques from Chapter
6 using audio files as input. (Book- Modern Digital & Analog Communication
systems B.P. Lathi Zhi Ding -4th edition. 3rd edition has same concept. this
book can be easily found online for free)(Ch-6 topics in book, PCM, Digital
Multiplexing, DPCM, ADPCM, Delta Modulation etc)You should play with various
parameters to experimentally determine which compression scheme gives you the
maximum compression at acceptable quality level.  Before you start please
make sure you add comments as much as possible and explain .

Project
Steps:

1.
Read the sample PCM audio file into MATLAB.

Task 1:

1.
Sample audio files in PCM can be found at:

http://download.wavetlan.com/SVV/Media/HTTP/http-wav.htm

(in this
website use test 2 or test 3 files. when you click those test- 2 or 3 link it
will open new window and play animal sound files for 10 second each. Test
2 is Mono file-  48000 Hz & Test 3 is
Stereo file- 11025HZ)

2.
When you download them they will be stored as a .wav file.

3.
Plot the histogram of the audio. Comment on the shape of the histogram. Is CLT
in play here?

4.
Instruction for reading wave into matlab is available online on matlab website

Task 2 Apply PCM with 16 quantization levels. In
other words, change the number of levels from whatever it is in the sample
audio file to 4 bits/pixel.

1.
Plot the histogram of the quantized signal

2.
Calculate the SNR at the output of the quantizer.

3.
Listen to the original audio and newly quantized audio. Can you tell any
difference?

Consider
trying other quantization levels to see if you can derive any general
conclusions.

4.
Explain your results in the report.

Task 3: Apply DPCM (including both
transmitter and receiver side) to the original file from Task 1, with a 4bit quantizer for
the difference signal and a 1st order linear predictor. Explain how you
selected the coefficients a and b of the predictor. Include the derivation of a
and b in the report. Assuming the transmission between transmitter and receiver
is ideal (i.e. no channel noise is added).

1.
What is the transmitted signal? Plot the histogram of the transmitted signal
with correct label.

2.
Calculate the SNR of the DPCM system.

3.
Calculate the SNR improvement/degradation over PCM.

4.
Replace the 1st order predictor with a 3rd order predictor (refer to class
notes). Repeat step 3.1 3.4 above.

5.
Compare and then explain the results of the two predictors in the report.

Task 4. Based on the structure of the DPCM
system (using the 1st order predictor) in part 3, add a bit-encoder on the
transmitter side and bit-decoder on the receiver side. Now the transmitted
signal s(n), n = [ 0 ,1, 2, 3, …] becomes a bit pattern sequence of 1’s and
0’s. Use on off line code and raised cosine for pulses.

4.1.
Plot the first 20 pulses of s(n)

4.2
As a bonus, repeat with bipolar code. (You may have to write your own Matlab
code and integrate with Matlab)

5.
(You can do this part at the end). Now, using BFSK (Binary Frequency Shift
Keying) to modulate the pulses. Add the BFSK modulator at the transmitter side and
demodulator at the receiver side. The modulated signal is summed with additive white
Gaussian channel noise during the transmission. For BFSK modulation, let 1MHz be the
frequency of ‘0’ in s(n) and the frequency of ‘1’ is selected according to the minimum spacing
criteria ( df
= 1 / (2 * pi * Tb 
). The data rate is 1Kbps. Test for the case of channel SNR = -20dB,
-10dB, -0dB, 5dB, 10dB, 20dB and 30dB.

Task 5:

5.1
Plot the first 20 pulses of the BFSK signal with noise for each SNR case.

5.2 Determine the bit
errors for each case. Plot the number of bit errors vs channel SNR. Explain
your result.

5.3
Reconstruct the audio on the receiver side for each SNR case. Show and explain
your result.

Task 6:

Repeat all of these steps for a video
sequence of your choice. No more than 10 secs of video

should
be used. You can try inter-frame compression as well.

Requirements for the
report:

● Show a block diagram for each system.

● Develop a high level algorithm (sketch
the flow chart) for this project; identify major

functions/operations.

● Make sure the code runs.

● Analyze and explain your results of
all the tasks.

● Submit a VERY PROFESSIONAL (typed)
project report with at least the following sections (No

need to strictly
follow the IEEE format):

● Abstract of this study

● Introduction

● Theory sections

● Brief description of the concepts of
quantization, DPCM, digital modulation /

demodulation and
etc.

● Description of your method and system
design

● Validation and result analysis

● Summary and Conclusion

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