## Writing

In my profession as a university teacher, I have reason to write tutorials for some of my courses. They are finally (2010) all written by me alone. In previous version of some of them, parts were written by me together with some of my colleagues, but with me as editor and main author. Here is a list of my tutorials:

**Introduction to Digital Communication**This is a course compendium of 231 pages for an advanced introduction to digital communication. Written and rewritten over and over again during 2001-2010. Previous years versions of this material was partly written by Professor Emeritus Thomas Ericson, Professor Robert Forchheimer and Associate Professor Emeritus Ulf Henriksson. This version from 2010 is completely written by me, and differs quite a lot from previos versions. The most obvious difference is that it is 85 pages longer than the version from 2008. Used in a Master-level course called Digital Communication. In 2016, this compendium got a well deserved rewrite, partly by me, and partly by my colleague Emil Björnson.

**Analog and Digital Modulation**

This is a course compendium of 84 pages for a basic introduction to analog and digital modulation techniques. Produced 2009 as a slightly edited extract from Telecommunication Methods. Used as part of the course literature in a 2nd year Bachelor level course called Linear Systems for Telecommunication.**Telecommunication Methods**This course compendium is an 198 pages long introduction to various analog and digital communication techniques. Written and rewritten over and over again during 2001-2010. Previous years versions of this material was partly written by Professor Emeritus Thomas Ericson, Professor Robert Forchheimer and Associate Professor Emeritus Ulf Henriksson. This version from 2010 is completely written by me. Used in a 3rd year Bachelor level course called Telecommunication.

**Additional Concepts in Signal Theory**

This 115 pages compendium deals with signal theoretic concepts that you normally do not find in course books about stochastic processes, such as sampling, PAM, non-linear systems, modulation and multi-dimensional processes. Written 2008. Used as part of the course literature in a master-level course called Signal Theory in 2008. It later evolved into the course compendium Signal Theory below.**Signal Theory**This book started off in 2009 as a compendium. As of 2011, it is published as a book by Studentlitteratur. It is about engineering aspects of stochastic processes. No prior knowledge of stochastic processes is assumed, but the reader is assumed to have knowledge of signals and systems as well as probability theory. Deals with LTI filtering, sampling, modulation, non-linear filtering of both one-dimensional and multi-dimensional stochastic processes. Used as course material in a master-level course called Signal Theory.

**Tables and Formulas for Signal Theory**Tables and formulas booklet that can be used together with the book Signal Theory above.

Dear Professor

How shall I get a copy of “Introduction to Digital Communication”.

Kindly send me publisher’s address

Introduction to Digital Communication is printed locally at Linköping University and sold locally at the students bookstore. I do not know if they mail orders. Try sending an email to karallen@bokakademin.se and ask.