Leading Institutes or Universities in SDR

Hi, Guys!

I am planning on pursing my PHD degree in a leading university in
Software
Defined Radio research. I know VT is a reputed institute in SDR
research.
Are there any other good universities which are also focusing on SDR
development and research? Please give me some suggestions! Thanks!

Regards,

Dan

On 03/08/2012 06:30 PM, Daniel Fiske wrote:

Hi, Guys!

I am planning on pursing my PHD degree in a leading university in Software
Defined Radio research. I know VT is a reputed institute in SDR research.
Are there any other good universities which are also focusing on SDR
development and research? Please give me some suggestions! Thanks!

If you are interested in a European University, look at KIT in
Karlsruhe, Germany. The just put on the excellent WSR12 workshop and I
met several of the students, they are all good people!

http://www-int.etec.uni-karlsruhe.de/seiten/conferences/wsr12/

Philip

On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 1:18 PM, Philip B. [email protected]
wrote:

Karlsruhe, Germany. The just put on the excellent WSR12 workshop and I
met several of the students, they are all good people!

http://www-int.etec.uni-karlsruhe.de/seiten/conferences/wsr12/

Philip

Hi Philip

Thank you for your suggestion, but I am currently looking for some
universities in US… Do you have any other thoughts? thanks!

Best,

Daniel

Daniel,

never mind, you wrote “planning on pursuing a PhD”. I missed that. :slight_smile:

Just my two cents: SDR is a mix of RF/communication engineering +
signal processing + (Matlab/Python/…/C++/C/Assembler/FPGA)
programming.
Any graduate program that provides you with these skills will allow
you to do everything in SDR, even if it doesn’t have the “SDR”-tag
on it (which really is more of a sales term, for building any radio
today
you probably need the skill set above).

Jens

Am 08.03.2012 21:35, schrieb Daniel Fiske:

Daniel,

Thank you for your suggestion, but I am currently looking for some
universities in US… Do you have any other thoughts? thanks!

VT is certainly a very good choice if you are interested in SDR.

But I think you need to be a bit more specific. What exactly do you
want
to do? Apply for a Master’s or undergraduate program? Get contacts for
a
research stay? Hire people with SDR background? Just email me off list,
maybe I can give you some further information.

Jens

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