Signal Processing MicroelectronicsSPM is a research centre in Electrical Engineering at the University of Newcastle, Australia. The centre conducts work in the following areas:
- High speed FPGA and ASIC implementations;
- Theory-based design and analysis;
- Software tool development;
- Digital and analog hardware design.
These projects address aspects of control theory, as well as practical applications of the latest control algorithms. We consider not only the algorithms, but also the real-world practicalities of deploying them.
Our microelectronics projects involve investigating the feasibility of deploying cutting edge signal processing algorithms into FPGA and ASIC devices. As part of this, we're developing software tools to assist with the algorithm-to-chip process.
Our work in signal processing includes topics in system identification, non-linear filtering and smoothing. This involves theoretical analysis, in combination with supporting software packages which are available for download.
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Contact DetailsProf. Brett Ninness
Phone: +61 2 4921 6032
Fax: +61 2 4921 6993
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The University of Newcastle, Australia