Signal Processing and Communications Laboratory

Due to the increasing demand on more efficient and cheaper services, the new communication devices (transceivers) in the next future will require new strategies and methodologies of design. In addition, fast evolving technologies require a growing number of well trained design engineers.

Taking into account these purposes (training and research), our lab is organizing, in a collaborative effort, different research lines and projects. Some of the technologies contemplated are: wireless networks (WIMAX, LTE, WiFi), wired communications (xDSL, cable, etc.), some specific radar systems, or even underwater communications.

Detection, estimation, statistical signal processing and nonlinear filtering are, among others, some of the active research lines being followed. Read More …

Recent activities

The list of publications from our laboratory is updated on a regular basis on this web page.

LaPSyC is currently offering four courses related to our research topics, two for undergraduate students and two for postgraduate students.

We are currently involved in four main projects.

Technological areas of interest

The main areas we are currently focusing our research efforts include:

- Signal processing for fixed, mobile and/or celular broadband access (DSL, cable, Wifi, Wimax, extended GSM, B3G, LTE, etc).

- Broadband RF front-end transceiver design.

- Spectrum Sharing – Cognitive radios – software defined radio.


About LaPSyC team

Our research group, LaPSyC, is lead by Prof. Dr. Juan E. Cousseau and is composed of a group of seven PhD researchers (4 professors), seven PhD. candidates, two Mg. candidates and several undergraduate students working on their graduate Thesis. Read more...

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