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New RFI Detection Signal Processing Technique: Simulation and Analysis

Programme d'études visé
Maîtrise avec Mémoire et Maîtrise avec projet


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Génie Aérospatial
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Connaissances requises
Digital signal processing, communication

Domaines de recherche

Cet affichage est valable aussi pour les domaines suivants:
Génie Aérospatial
Génie de la production automatisée

Description
According to the schedule, this Master’s student will be in charge of the following tasks:

1)        1-21 Study of SatCom standards and potential RFI
2)        1-33 Software implementation of detection algorithms
3)        2-22 Sensitivity improvement and environment independence optimization
4)        2-33 Analysis of the final performance of software modules

The general objective of the Master’s research project will be to perform in-depth research on new RFI detection techniques and begin preliminary design of the detection modules. He/she will consolidate his activities with algorithms development, laboratory simulations and performance analysis. An in-depth study of communications standards concerning potential RFI in the SatCom frequency bands will be realized. The student will collaborate with the other members of the research teams on the design and development in Matlab/Simulink of a complete RFI detection module for SatCom RFI. The design of the detection techniques, which will include multiuser detection, kurtosis detection, multichannel interference detection, and cross-frequency detection, among others, will be supervised by faculty, PhD students as well as the post-doctoral fellow.

After an initial evaluation of the detection performance of these techniques, the best candidates will be selected for final implementation. The analysis of the robustness of the selected algorithms against the presence of other signals and/or RFI in the RF spectrum will drive the research activities towards the optimization of the invariability and improvement of the sensitivity. The research activities of the Master’s student will finalize with the full characterization and performance evaluation of the developed detection module by means of software simulation.

Financement
 14000 $

Autres informations
Partenaires impliqués
Thales, Telesat Canada, ATEM, Vigilant Global

Candidat recherché
Maîtrise avec mémoire, Maîtrise avec projet
Digital signal processing, communication

Responsable à contacter
René Jr Landry  | Professeur|  Directeur du LASSENA|  Département de génie électrique
École de technologie supérieure  |  1100, rue Notre-Dame Ouest  |
Montréal (Qc) Canada  |  H3C 1K3
Bureau : A-2645  |  Tel.: 514 396-8506
Website: rlandry.etsmtl.ca
Email :  ReneJr.Landry@etsmtl.ca 
LASSENA : lassena.etsmtl.ca