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  Digital Communication Laboratory (DCLAB), led by Prof. Yong. H. Lee was established in 1989 as a part of Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

  Major research areas can be classified into two parts:
  1. Physical layer design
    • - Interference management
      - Cooperative communications
  2. Communication signal processing
      - Signal processing for relay systems
      - Digital signal processing techniques
  There are several undergraduate course works related with lab activities, which are Signals and Systems (EE202), Probability and Introductory Random Processes (EE210), Communication Engineering (EE321) and Digital Signal Processing (EE432). A number of research projects which include diverse and wide areas have been completed since 1989.

  4 M.S. course students and 6 Ph.D. course students are enrolled on the list of KAIST's graduate courses and 79 students received M.S. degree 43 students received Ph.D. degree since 1989.
   3 Ph. D. alumni are working at offshore establishments, other 28 Ph.D. alumni are working at domestic corporations and other 9 Ph.D. alumni are working as professors in domestic universities.

  We have very good environment in equipments and public welfare. We provide 2 PC-monitors/1 person and 1 telephone/4 people. Also our lab. is placed in CHiPS and we can use racket ball court, weight training room and table tennis court.

Digital Communications Lab. ChiPS(N26), 373-1 Guseong-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-701, Republic of Korea
305-701 대전광역시 유성구 구성동 373-1 CHiPS(N26) 2층 디지털 통신 실험실