The communication lab of the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of Syracuse University is a research group focusing on statistical signal processing with applications to various communication systems.
Particular topics of current interest include
- wireless communication and ad hoc networks
- scalar and vector interference channels
- multi-user MIMO networks
G. Xu, S. Zhu and B. Chen, “Decentralized data reduction with quantization constraints,” submitted to IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, 2013.
M. J. Gans, K. Borle, B. Chen, T. Freeland, D. McCarthy, R. Nelson, D. Overrocker and P. Oleski, “Enhancing connectivity of unmanned vehicles through MIMO communications,” Proc. of IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Sept. 2013.
F. Peng and B. Chen, “Estimation with correlated additive noise: does dependency always imply redundancy?” submitted to Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Monterey, CA, Nov. 2013.
Department of Electrical Engineering and Comupter Science, Syracuse University
4-184 Center for Science and Technology, Syracuse, NY 13244