Applied signal processing
Applied signal processing is one of the most successful areas of research at BTH. The 20 years of theoretical and practical experiences that the group has brings new insights into international research and new solutions in the industry worldwide. Our knowledge in applied signal processing has resulted in approx. 25 patent families and hundreds of follow-up patents.
The research is usually conducted in close collaboration with industry. By bridging knowledge gained through research with our extensive experience of industrial cooperation new innovative solutions are created.
Our research focus is on future innovations for sustainable development of human health, home and work environment, productivity, production costs, etc. We solve real problems, in real life, in collaboration with industry, institutions and the public sector. Applied signal processing is a very broad area and currently the research group conducts research within:
- Voice quality enhancement
- Noise and vibration suppression
- Acoustic echo cancellation
- Policies and management systems
- Healthcare technology
- Acoustic measurement methods
- Structure dynamics
- Distance laboratories with remote monitoring and control
- Audio comfort
- Electric power converter
- Sound and vibration analysis
- Perceptual quality of video, image and sound.
Lars Håkansson - researcher in applied