Special Issue "ICCCI 2020: Advances in Baseband Signal Processing, Circuit Designs, and Communications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2020.
Interests: digital baseband transceiver design; digital image/video signal processing and system design; fast prototypes with embedded FPGA platform; digital VLSI design
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We invite contributions to a Special Issue that will cover all aspects of the advanced developments and technology applications of wireless/wired communication systems, especially in algorithm/system designs, baseband circuit designs, and baseband signal processing for communications. We want to especially concentrate on the design, implementation, and practical applications for communications and baseband signal processing. This Special Issue will include the advances and methodologies that deal with solving real-world communication issues by using baseband signal processing and circuit design technologies. Papers describing advanced algorithms, systems, hardware architecture, prototypes, and VLSI designs for wireless/wired communications and general survey papers indicating next-generation communication and signal processing trends are also encouraged.
Papers describing original work are invited in any of the five areas listed below:
- Algorithm and system designs for wireless/wired communications;
- Synchronization, channel estimation, and signal processing;
- OFDM, MIMO, beamforming technologies, and signal processing;
- Hardware architectures and VLSI implementations for baseband transceiver designs;
- Emerging topics for communications and baseband signal processing.
This Special Issue will contain extended versions of selected papers presented at the ICCCI 2020 Conference (http://iccci.org/) held in Nagoya, Japan, 26–29 June 2020.
Prof. Chih-Peng Fan
Dr. Kostas E. Psannis
Dr. Muh-Tian Shiue
Prof. Hsi-Pin Ma
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- algorithm and system designs for wireless/wired communications;
- synchronization, channel estimation, and signal processing;
- OFDM, MIMO, beamforming technologies, and signal processing; hardware architectures and VLSI implementations for baseband transceiver designs;
- emerging topics for communications and baseband signal processing