College Conference Discusses Telecom Tech

Published: 07th February 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th February 2015 11:58 PM   |  A+A-

BASAVANGUDI: A five-day faculty development programme on ‘Signals and Systems (FDPSAS-2015)’ was conducted by Department of Telecommunication at BMS Institute of Technology and Management.

Prof H S Bhatia, Retd Scientist from LRDE and Prof Paramasivan, Retd Scientist from DRDO, explained the mathematical prerequisites for signals and systems. Dr Narayan Iyer, Retd Professor, REC, Durgapur, explained in detail the ‘Time Domain Analysis of Signals’, followed by a tutorial session.

Dr Sujatha J, Senior Consultant, Chief Technology Office of Wipro Technologies lectured on ‘Frequency Domain Analysis of Signals’. Dr M R Kesheorey, Retd Associate Director, Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR) DRDO, delivered from fundamentals of Speech Processing to advanced research trends.

Dr A Vengadarajan, Director, System Analysis, Quality and Reliability (SQR), DARE campus, DRDO explained RADAR Detection Fundamentals and their challenges.

On the final day, Dr M H Kori, Retd Technical Director, ALCATEL- LUCENT spoke on “Wireless Technologies – Signal processing Applications”.

The workshop was attended by 50 participants across the state.

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