The lecture is given in weekly sessions of 1:30 hrs. Please find the current schedule on TUG Online.
Chapter  Topics  Notes  Additional Material 
1  Introduction  Chapter 1  
2  Signals and Systems  Formulary  
3  Digital Modulation  Chapter 3  
4  Random Variables and Random Processes 
Chapter 4  Formulary 
5  Demodulation and Detection  Chapter 5 
Supporting problem sets are discussed in the problem classes. The problem classes are held in eight sessions. Grading is based on homework assignments.
Lecture hall: i12 (Inffeldgasse 16b), Monday 12:3014:00
Date  Topics  Problem Sets  Additional Material 
16.10.2017  Signal Spaces  Problems 1  Slides 1 
23.10.2017  Geometric Representation of Signal Waveforms  Problems 2  Slides 2 
6.11.2017  Convolution Integral and Fourier Transform  Problems 3  Slides 3, P3_1.m 
13.11.2017  Communications Signals in Signal Spaces  Problems 4  Slides 4, P4_1.m 
20.11.2017  Probability and Random Variables  Problems 5  
Random Processes  
Demodulation, MF, Correlation Receiver  
Demodulation, Detection, and Error Probability 
No.  Date  Q/A  Due Date  Topics  Problem Set  MCM 
1  7.11.2017 
21.11.201716:00 
27.11.201715:00  Signal Spaces, Convolution  Problem Set 1  
2  Fourier Transform, Communication Signals, Random Variables  
3  Random Process, Demodulation, Detection 

Your scores are available HERE. There is an opportunity for discussion of the grading (Einsichtnahme) in room IEEG180 (DSP Labor), Inffeldg. 16, ground floor, after the correction of each assignment, usually at the Q&A of the following homework.
You can collect your homework in the respective "Einsichtnahme" session. Additionally they can be collected after the grading has been finalized and will be available at my office (Stefan Hinteregger) (IDEG006).
Achieved Points  Grade 
87< ...  1 
74< ... <=87  2 
61< ... <=74  3 
48< ... <=61  4 
... <=48  5 
Basic and advanced books covering parts of the course are:
The news group tugraz.lv.fdc provided by the ZID can be used to discuss questions concerning the lecture and problem classes of this course. The instructors and the study assistants will be pleased to answer your questions.
The exam for the lecture usually consists of 3 questions regarding the theoretic part and three more practical examples. Below are two examples of previous exams.
Exam 29.5.2015
Exam 01.12.2015
Permitted material: Table of Fourier transform properties, tabulated Qfunction (both are provided), pocket calculator.
Session E of the "Nachrichtentechnik, Labor" deals with a number of topics of this lecture course. Find here the handout for the laboratory exercise (in German). pdf