Network information theory deals with how to communicate information over a network with multiple sources and multiple destinations. In this course we will first review basics of information theory and point to point communications. Subsequently, we will study fundamental limits on simple multi-user channels such as broadcast, multiple-access, interference and relay channels and optimal coding schemes that achieve these limits. 

Target Audience

  • Practicing communications engineers.
  • Graduate students pursuing research in information theory and communications.
  • Teachers of engineering colleges.

The course flyer can be downloaded from here   [PDF]

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