Lab Vision
Future Sampling Applications

The extensive use of computers in every aspect of modern life vastly increases the need for digital signal processing and signal sampling. Sampling research is becoming more applications-oriented: discoveries in this field quickly find their way into a wide array of products ranging from cell phones and medical imaging equipment to defense technologies.

SAMPL Lab Prototypes

The SAMPL Lab focuses on sampling, modeling and processing of continuous-time and discrete-time signals. Traditional systems treat the sampling and processing stages separately and require sampling at the well-known Nyquist rate. In contrast, SAMPL research focuses on new design paradigms in which sampling and processing are designed jointly in order to exploit signal properties already in the sampling stage. This approach has the potential to drastically reduce the sampling and processing rates well below the Nyquist rate, typically considered as the ultimate limit for analog to digital conversion. The proposed prototypes can reduce power consumption, hardware size and complexity, and enable efficient wideband sensing.

The laboratory facilitates the transition from pure theoretical research to the development, design and implementation of prototype systems. SAMPL Lab integrates these new ideas directly into technology by close collaboration with leading industrial companies. Systems developed in the lab demonstrate the research results and technology advances in a wide range of applications ranging from bioimaging such as 3D ultrasound and MRI through communications, laser optics, cognitive radio and radar systems.

Support and Collaboration
SAMPL Lab is supported by industrial companies such as NI, Agilent and GE. Students are exposed to state-of-the-art RF equipment from the very first steps of their projects. In addition, SAMPL Lab cooperates with several other labs in the department including the High-Speed Digital Systems Laboratory, Signal and Image Processing Laboratory, Communication Laboratory and the VLSI Laboratory.
Our Team
SAMPL Lab research group includes highly qualified researchers (post-doctorate, doctorate and masters students) under the supervision of Prof. Yonina Eldar, Head of the Lab. Additionally, tens of undergraduate students perform projects in the lab. The research group is supported by a team of experienced engineers and the best and newest high-performance measurement equipment.
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