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Optimal Approach for Interference Cancellation in the Space, Time and Frequency Domains

Programme d'études visé
Maîtrise avec mémoire, Maîtrise avec projet
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Connaissances requises

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Domaines de recherche
Génie Aérospatiale
Génie de production automatisée

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

1)        3-12 Planning of RFI detection module integration on a hardware platform
2)        3-15 Implementation of hardware RFI detection module
3)        3-23 In-field tests of RFI detection module
4)        4-11 Validation of true real-time operation
5)        4-14 Final integration of real-time prototypes
6)        4-32 Validation of RFI sensitivity in operational environments

The general objective of the Master’s research project will be to complete the hardware integration of RFI detection module with real-time capabilities. For that purpose, he/she will incorporate to the research team and continue the previous research activities, which should have resulted into a definitive software module, by planning the implementation of this module in an FPGA-based prototype. Several theoretical and technical aspects will be addressed, such as the optimization of hardware resources, true real-time operation, or the management of clock domains.

The developed hardware implementation will have to demonstrate its real-time capability in-field. Afterwards, the research activities will be directed towards the integration of the detection modules with the rest of hardware modules into a compact platform, while preserving the real-time capabilities. The specifications of this integration stage will be performed jointly with the rest of the research team involved. As a result, a full spectrum management integrated prototype will be developed and validated in operational environments.

14000 $

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

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

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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
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