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The department laboratories are currently being moved from the Engineering Building to the new ICT building. More details will be included in this page as soon as the new laboratories are set up and running.


  • General purpose computers for programming, simulation, and other use. Both Windows and Linux environments are available.
  • Test and measurement equipment, such as multimeters, mixed signal oscilloscopes, and function generators.
  • In Circuit Emulators (ICE) for the 80386DX and the 8051 family of microcontrollers.
  • 48-core Linux server for intensive simulations.
  • Multimedia systems including sound systems, industrial-grade cameras, image calibration equipment, and other camera equipment.
  • High-frequency sampling oscilloscope and logic analyser.
  • Feedback equipment for work in analogue and digital communications.
  • A 2 GHz RF generator and a 22.5 GHz spectrum anaylser for RF design.
  • DSP boards, FPGA boards and microcontroller development boards, together with the software tools for interfacing.
  • A number of software packages: DSP packages including Hyperception, computer network simulation package COMNET, communications design and simulation packages from Cadence BONES and SPW, Entropic HTK and Sony Sound Forge for speech analysis.
  • A satellite receiver system for real-time multimedia research in the area of coding and transmission.
  • Interactive whiteboard system.
Last Updated: 20 May 2019

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