This line of research deals with problems such as the processing and signal transmission in modern telecommunication networks and their applications.
Area which investigate the processing and voice transmission (LPTV) focuses its research and development on technologies for man-machine conversations voice interfaces, including interaction human-robot (HRI), recognition and biometrics robust to noise and channel interference voice, and in the transmission of real-time information on TCP / IP (eg, Internet) and telephone networks.
The area of Advanced Communications investigates the problems of digitization and signals encoding, digital modulation and demodulation, secure communications, transfer and retrieval of signals in non-deterministic media, quantitative information analysis and study, modeling, design and development of last generation (4G LTE) wireless communication systems. Applications range from the physical layer to transport, including issues such as millimeter waves, e-health, MAC protocols, multiplexing access techniques and modulation schemes.
Ph.D. Kyung Hee University, South Korea.
Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.
Ph.D. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen’s Univeristy, Kingston, Canada.
Néstor Becerra Yoma
Ph.D. University of Edinburgh, U.K.
Ph.D. University of Waterloo, Canada.