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Basic slides describing the research developed by the signal processing group at the University of Mondragon

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  • Signal Theory and Communications Area Mondragon Goi Eskola Politeknikoa UNIVERSITY OF MONDRAGON Contact: Mikel Mendicute: [email_address] Egoitz Arruti: [email_address] Signal Processing Research at the University of Mondragón
  • Outline
    • University of Mondragon
    • Signal processing team
    • Fundamental research
    • Applied research and industrial projects
    • Main collaborators
  • 1.- University of Mondragon Mondragon
  • 1.- University of Mondragon The University
    • Private university with three faculties:
      • Faculty of Engineering (Mondragon High Politechnical School)
      • Business Studies
      • Humanities and Education Sciences
    • Students:
      • Close to 8000 students
    • Funding:
      • Student Fees
      • Basque and Spanish Governments
      • R&D contracts with private companies
      • Mondragon Corporation:
        • Biggest industrial corporation in the Basque Country (7th in Spain)
        • 90000 workers, 75% of them cooperativists (owners of the company)
        • The University is a cooperative and member of the corporation
        • Includes 12 research centers, around 260 companies
  • 2009/2010 Budget: 26,5 M €
    • 10-07-09
    1.- University of Mondragon Budget
  • Outline
    • University of Mondragón
    • Signal processing team
    • Fundamental research
    • Applied research and industrial projects
    • Main collaborators
  • 2.- Signal Processing Team at MU Research lines at MU Engineering Faculty
    • Structural Mechanics
    • Technology of plastics and composites
    • High performance machining processes
    • Advanced processes for materials forming
    • Fluid Mechanics
    • Surface Technologies
    • Operations Management
    • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    • Telematics
    • Intelligent and Distributed Control Systems
    • Software Engineering
    • Signal Theory and Communications
    • Electronic Power Systems Applied to the Control Electrical Energy
    • Drive Systems Applied to Traction and the Generation of Electrical Energy
    • Innovation in Industrial Design
    • Mechanical Design
    • Acoustics and Vibrations
    • ELECTRICAL ENERGY
    • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS
    • TECHNOLOGIES
    • ORGANIZATION AND INDUSTRIAL
    • MANAGEMENT
    • SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND PROCESSES OF
    • MATERIALS TRANSFORMATION
    • MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR AND
    • PRODUCT DESIGN
    • Investigación y Transferencia en EPS-MU
    • 10-07-09
  • 2.- Signal Processing Team at MU Signal Theory and Communications Area
    • Signal Theory and Communications Area:
      • 12 lecturers (7 doctors)
      • 7 PhD students
      • 10 grant students (1/2 day, MsC projects , etc.)
    • 3 Teams:
      • Vision and Image processing (3 lecturers + 2 PhD students)
      • Digital systems for communications and control (5 lecturers + 1 PhD Student)
      • Signal processing for communications:
        • 5 Lecturers
          • E. Arruti, J. M. Zabalegui, I.Sobrón, J. Altuna and M. Mendicute.
        • 5 PhD students
          • Digital TV: I. Sobrón, L. Martínez and P. Ochandiano
          • Multiuser MIMO: M. Barrenechea and I. Jiménez.
    • Main tools for signal processing:
      • 2 Hunt Heron HEPC9 boards
        • 6 Virtex-II FPGAs
        • 2 TI DSPs.
      • 4 Maxim RF front-ends (IQ input/output)
        • 20 MHz, 2.4 – 5.2 GHz
      • 1 VHS chasis from Lyrtech
        • 8 ADC + Virtex-II
        • 8 DAC + Virtex-II
        • SignalMaster QUAD (2 DSP + 2 FPGAs Virtex-4)
      • 2 Quad front-ends from Lyrtech (Maxim chips)
      • 2 Agilent VXI + Vector Signal Analyzer (2 singles, one double)
      • DVB generation and analysis equipment
      • Generic equipment: generators, network analyzers, etc.
    2.- Signal Processing Team at MU Signal Theory and Communications Area
  • Outline
    • University of Mondragón
    • Signal processing team
    • Fundamental research
    • Applied research and industrial projects
    • Main collaborators
  • Multiuser MIMO
    • MIMO: Multiple-Input Multiple-Output
    • Multiuser: Users share some bandwidth
    • Broadcast (downlink)
    • MAC (uplink)
    • Relaying
    • Precoding
    • CSI estimation and feedback
    • Funding:
    • MULTIMIMO
    • MIMONET
    • DISCOMUL (1 y 2)
    • COMALCA
    • TERETRANS
    3.- Fundamental research
    • Optimization of precoding and relay algorithms for AF (amplify-and-forward) relaying in multiantenna multiuser scenarios:
      • Vector precoding in AF relaying scenario.
      • Sub-optimal linear precoding and relaying.
      • Scheduling algorithms for cooperative and non-cooperative relaying trough differente repeaters.
    Multiuser MIMO AF relaying 3.- Fundamental research
  • Algorithm design and implementation: - Design of a Fixed Sphere Encoder - FPGA implementation using Xilinx System Generator Sum-rate capacity bounds: - Upper and lower bounds on the sum-rate of VP systems, based on lattice theory. - Scheduling, QoS or balancing strategies based on the new bounds. Vector Precoding 3.- Fundamental research
    • Implementation of the FSE
      • Sample system:
        • 6 transmit antennas and 6 single-antenna users.
        • 16-QAM modulation
        • Tree-search configuration vector: n =[1,1,1,1,2,6]
        • 3 pipeline stages
        • Optimization for FPGA implementation: reduction of FPGA area and required embedded multipliers.
        • Complexity and performance comparison of other well-known algorithms (K-Best, LLR-based, etc.)
    Memoria de datos Memoria de canal UDEP 6 UDEP 5 UDEP 4 UDEP 3 UDEP 2 UDEP 1 UBM Vector Precoding 3.- Fundamental research
  • Digital Television
    • New digital TV standards
      • DVB-T2
      • DVB-NGH
      • ¿New?
    • LDPC codes
    • Iterativa decoding
    • Multiantenna transmission
    • Channel estimation
    • ICI cancelation
    • Funding:
      • FURIA (1,2 y 3)
      • IKERTU (Fagor)
    3.- Fundamental research
  • Digital Television
    • Distributed MISO transmission in DVB-T2 and future DVB-NGH: Alamouti, Golden codes, Silver codes…
      • Analysis of the SFBC codes in single-frequency networks (SFN)
      • Analysis and reduction of detection complexity
    3.- Fundamental research
  • Digital Television
    • ICI cancelation algorithms for high-mobility DVB-T2 and DVB-NGH scenarios:
      • Analysis of the influence of ICI and its cancelation on the performance of high-mobility DVB standards.
      • Iterative maximum-a-posteriori (MAP) ICI cancelation and LDPC decoding.
      • Design of belief-propagation (BP) based ICI canceler..
    3.- Fundamental research
  • Digital Television
    • Channel and ICI estimation for new DVB standards:
      • Pilot distribution
      • Decision-based iterative channel estimation
      • BEM (Basic Expansion Model) based channel estimation for high-doppler channels.
      • Extension to MISO transmission (Alamouti, Golden, etc.)
    3.- Fundamental research
  • Outline
    • University of Mondragón
    • Signal processing team
    • Fundamental research
    • Applied research and industrial projects
    • Main collaborators
    • Signal processing and communications projects for industry:
      • Algorithm design and simulation .
      • FPGA and DSP implementation of signal processing algorithms.
      • Digital television.
      • Simulation of train networks and communications protocols
      • GAP-FIL: Channel equalizer for DVB-T repeaters.
      • CANCEL: Echo canceller for digital SFN DVB-T repeaters.
      • MC-CANCEL: Multi-channel echo canceler.
      • Train Switch: Simulation of train networks and protocols .
      • SDT/STT: DVB-S/T transmodulation and DVB table processing.
    4.- Applied research and industrial projects
  • Outline
    • University of Mondragón
    • Signal processing team
    • Fundamental research
    • Applied research and industrial projects
    • Main collaborators
  • 5.- Main collaborators Ikerlan Technologial Research Center
    • Signal processing for Powerline communications
    • Two on-going PhDs:
      • “ Robust multi access techniques for powerline communications systems “
      • “ Methodology for SDR integration in rapid prototyping”
    • Indoor wireless channel measurements and modelling
      • Office & Railway Train
    • RF transceiver based on rapid prototyping tools
      • First steps towards SDR industrial communication system
    • Embedded Systems-Communications Area:
  • 5.- Main collaborators University Groups
    • Recent collaborations (through the internship of our PhD students and researchers at their groups):
      • University of Edinburgh, UK.
      • Queen’s University Belfast, UK.
      • Technical University of Munich, Germany.
      • University of Turku, Finland.
      • University of Braunschweig, Germany.
      • Chalmers University, Sweden.
      • University of Stratchclyde, UK.
      • École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland.