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New Architecture for Combined Methods for Interference Excision: Implementation and Test Results

Programme d'études visé
Affichage valable aussi pour :

Génie Aérospatial,  Génie de la production automatisée, Génie des Technologies de l'information
Maîtrise avec mémoire, Maîtrise avec projet

Connaissances requises
Digital signal processing, communication
Maîtrise avec projet & Maîtrise avec Mémoire

Domaines de recherche

Génie Aérospatial,
Génie de la production automatisée,
Génie des Technologies de l'information

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

1)        3-13 Planning of RFI geolocation module integration on a hardware platform
2)        3-15 Implementation of integrated RFI geolocation module
3)        3-24 In-field tests of RFI geolocation module alone
4)        4-11 Validation of true real-time operation
5)        4-14 Final integration of real-time RFI geolocation prototype
6)        4-33 Validation of RFI geolocation accuracy in operational environments

The overall purpose of this Master’s research project will be to complete the integration of RFI geolocation techniques into a compact hardware platform. At the moment of his/her incorporation to the research team, a geolocation module for SatCom RFI geolocation will have been fully developed. The student will continue the work of the research team by participating in the conception of the FPGA implementation of the software geolocation module. For that purpose, he/she will study the hardware resource requirements and perform the FPGA VHDL programming. He/she will perform some real-time tests in order to evaluate the developed hardware in-field.

By collaborating with other members of the research team, the student will finalize the full geolocation prototype performing optimization activities and in-field demonstrations. These optimization activities will focus on the preservation of the location accuracy, so that some practical issues such as finite precision, truncation or computation overflows that do not jeopardize the original precision obtained by the original software platform.

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 
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