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McMaster University

Communications Research

The research in communications covers a wide variery of specialities described in following set of linked pages:

These groups have established both a national and an international reputation in signal processing, microwave theory/applied electromagnetic, radar, solid state physics, software engineering, photonics, information processing and simulation of systems and devices.

The Communications groups are a major participant in Communications and Information Technology Ontario (CITO) which is funded as part of the provincial centres of excellence program.

CITO funded research is currently being carried out in integrated phased array antennas, signal processing in support of the hands-free telephone, digital beamforming, regenerative digital satellite systems, neural networks for signal processing, robust array signal processing, high-speed networks and communications software engineering.

These groups work very closely with both Canadian industry and government and currently collaborate with about twenty-five companies.

Please send all inquiries about our Graduate Studies Programme (application forms, information, course offerings, etc.) to our Graduate Studies Secretary

Other Research Programs Available: