The broad expertise of our group is in the application of tools of signal analysis and synthesis, statistical signal processing, detection and estimation theory, and information theory. Considering signals to be the vehicles of information, we use these tools to design and reconstruct signals that support the functionalities of complex information network architectures.
Current Research Projects
Our group is currently working on problems in the following areas.
- Statistical signal processing and communication systems
- Cooperative transmission techniques
- Performance analysis of cooperative techniques
- Decentralized protocols for cooperative transmission
- Large scale sensor networks
- Distributed source coding
- Data driven scheduling
- Distributed consensus
- Data aggregation in specific applications
- Limits of synchronization on communication
- HF channels
- Power line carrier communications