The laboratories provide versatile research environment for performing experiments on the field of electronics and information technology and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities .
The laboratories are available to the students may work on assignments and researching projects of the faculty and the graduate students.
The laboratory focuses on research of signal processing and image processing.
The traditional signal processing approach for practical systems is to simulate a non-linear system with a linear time-invariant mathematical model. The implement method is to establish a mathematic model to simulate the target system through system identification and obtain an optimal processing solution with optimization techniques. Digital signal processing techniques are widely applied in fields of science and engineering in recent years, for example, noise reduction, echo cancellation, code compression and decoding of voice signals, equalization of senior acoustics and surrounding sound processing, voice recognition and composition of images in the multimedia system.
The rapid development of computer science and technology promotes people's increasing demand for a wide variety of images. They are applied widely in medicine, biology, electronic information, automated equipment, daily necessities, etc. To identify various objects by image processing techniques becomes the key field to develop. Its method is to enhance the image and acquire the image features with various algorithms and recognize the objects, finally realize the ultimate goal of computer vision.