Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

The Doppler-Azimuth Radar Spectrum is deconvolved in the DSP Laboratory, which also conducts research on the real-time implementation of DSP algorithms using specialized DSP chips, processing signals from biomedical transducers, applying processing to signals from biomedical transducers towards the development of alternative human-computer interfaces, and many other things. The DSP Laboratory at FIU is run by Dr. Armando Barreto.

Accordingly, there have been
two major thrusts in our activities:

1- Real-time implementation of Digital Processing Algorithms in specialized DSP chips.
2- Development of innovative DSP algorithms for the processing of specific signals, or for purpose-specific applications.

Real Time Implementations

The members of the laboratory acquire skills in the real-time implementation of DSP algorithms using specialized chips through the development of projects. The “Real-Time DSP Implementations” course in our curriculum fosters the development of these skills.

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In the area of Deconvolution of the Doppler-Azimuth Radar Spectrum, by which the spatio-temporal data obtained from a multi-element radar array is enhanced to obtain a more defined characterization of objects of interest. DSP Lab has also been involved in applied research for the local manufacturing industry.

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Meet our sponsors

The website is developed by the Digital Signal Processing Laboratory team and is directed by Dr. Armando Barreto. The aim of the website is to provide information about the DSP Lab, DSP Crew, Publications, and various research projects.