at IMDEA Networks
Hardware-Software Design for Millimeter Wave Experimentation on Software Defined Radio
I graduated from Univesidad de los Andes in Mérida, Venezuela with a Bs. in Electric Engineering. Then I worked as a Lecturer on Electronics and Digital Systems in the same university. I am a first year PhD student working in the Wireless Communication Group. My current research focuses on hardware-software design for millimeter wave (mm-wave) experimentation on software-deﬁned radios (SDR). Speciﬁcally, the basic blocks required to process the preamble (Short Training Field, STF and Channel Estimation Field, CEF) of 802.11ad.