Welcome to CSPL!

  • Communications & Signal Processing Lab (CSPL) is directed by Prof. Kyoung-Jae Lee in the Dept. of Electronics and Control Engineering at Hanbat National University.
  • We are investigating next generation wireless communications, power line communication, and wireless power transfer based on communication theory, information theory, and signal processing.

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  • Jun. 2017, 3 year research grant, funded by Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology (KEIT).
    • CSPL will study on "Development of non-binding multi-modal wireless power transfer technology for wearable devices" with Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI), which is supported for 3 years by Korea government.
  • Mar. 2017, 3 year research grant, funded by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO).
    • We won the research fund supported by the KEPCO for a study on "Reliable and secure power line communications based on multi-relay multi-user MIMO for smart grid" for 3 years.
  • Jan. 2017, 4 year research grant, funded by Institute for Information & Communications Technology Promotion (IITP).
    • Our research on  "Cross layer design of cryptography and physical layer security for IoT networks" will be supported by the research fund from the Korean government for 4 years.
  • Jun. 2016, A new research project, funded by National Research Foundation (NRF).
    • CSPL will be supported by the research fund from the Korean government for 3 years on "Study on user centric virtual cells in cloud radio access networks with wireless fronthaul".
  • Dec. 2014, A new research project, funded by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO).
    • CSPL will conduct the research project supported by the KEPCO for a study on "Multiple-input multiple-output power line communications based on two-way relaying transmission".
  • Dec. 2014, A new research project, funded by National Research Foundation (NRF).
    • CSPL will receive the research fund from the Korean government for 3 years on "Cooperative research on appropriate technology for low-power wireless networks based on solar-energy for constructing communication infrastructures in Africa".
  • Dec. 2013, Prof. Lee won IEEE ComSoc APB Outstanding Young Researcher Award and IEEE ComSoc APB Outstanding Paper Award.
    • These two awards honor outstanding young researchers and journal papers in IEEE Communications Society Asia-Pacific region over the last 3 years, respectively. The award ceremony was held at IEEE GLOBECOM, Atlanta, USA in December 2013.
    • Media reports: [1] [2]
  • Oct. 2013, A new research project, funded by National Research Foundation (NRF).
    • CSPL will be supported with the research fund from the Korean government for 3 years on "Transmission techniques for optimizing spectral efficiency and energy efficiency in relay-based small cells".