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    Signal Processing and Communication Research Center (SPCRC)

    Signal Processing and Communication Research Center (SPCRC) is one of the highly active research centers at IIIT-H focussing on the various areas of communications and signal processing. The centre provides an umbrella environment for faculty, under graduate and post graduate students to carry out research in various aspects related to the respective fields.





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    Vision

    To make a significant contribution to Research and Development in India related to the broad areas of Communication and Signal Processing and to come up with low cost, reliable and scalable technologies which are well suited to the needs and demands of modern India.











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    Mission

    To groom its members into excellent researchers and to provide highly qualified people for the industry in the relevant fields of signal processing and communication.











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About Us

Signal Processing and Communication Research Center (SPCRC) is actively involved in theoretical and applied research in the broad areas of: Wireless Communication, Signal Processing / Statistical signal processing, Coding for Information-Flow Networks, Wireless networks (Sensor, adhoc and cellular), Cognitive radio, Robust optimization, Optical communication networks / systems - transmission and access control, Broadband communication networks–transport, RF integrated circuits, antennas, and integrated photonics.

SPCRC has 9 faculty members, over 20 research students in addition to research staff and undergraduate students.

The research collaborators with SPCRC includes: DEITY (Department of Electronics & Information Technology); DRDO (Defense Research & Development Organization); Aalto University, Finland; Tampere University of Technology, Finland; Princeton University, USA; and University of Quebec, Canada.

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    ECE Open House Event (ECOH'16) was organized successfully.
    27.02.16
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    Ms. Priyanka Sharma gave MS Thesis Public Presentation on "Enhancing the Enabling Technologies: A TVWS and Cognitive Radio Scenario."
    28.12.15
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    Prof. TAPIO SARAMAKI, a distinguished visitor from FINLAND, gave a tutorial on FIR FILTER DESIGN.
    14.12.15
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    Ms. Deepti Singhal gave Ph.D. Thesis Public Presentation on "Cross Layer Protocols in Cognitive Networks."
    11.12.15