BYU Students Win Second Place in Student Paper Contest
Graduate students Chris Hogstrom and Chris Nash received second place in the Graduate Student Category for their paper "Locating and Removing Preamble Sequence in Aeronautical Telemetry" at the International Telemetering Conference in Glendale, AZ. The conference was held 7 - 10 November 2016.
The paper describes the work Chris and Chris did for a current research project. The research project involves experiments with equalizers in wideband air-to-ground communication links. The initial round of experiments were conducted at Edwards AFB, CA this past summer. The final phase of experiments will be conducted this Spring.
The Chris's were part of a six-student group that accompanied Prof. Michael Rice to the International Telemetering Conference. The BYU group presented five papers in the technical program. Michael Rice was the general chair and Erik Perrins (BSEE '97, MSEE '98, PhD '05) was the technical program chair.