Full professor

Ramón Martínez Rodríguez-Osorio

  • Name: Ramón Martínez Rodríguez Osorio
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  • Phone: +34 910-672-343
  • Position: Associate Professor
  • Office: C-411
He was born in Madrid on September 25, 1975.

He obtained the Telecommunications Engineering degree in 1999 and since then he has done Doctoral studies in the Program of the Signals, Systems and Radiocommunications Department of the E.T.S. of Telecommunications Engineers of the Polytechnic University of Madrid.

Since 1999 he has developed his research activity in the E.T.S. Telecommunications Engineers of the Polytechnic University of Madrid. After an initial stage as a doctoral fellow (general program of Training of Research Staff, Ministry of Science and Technology), he is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Signals, Systems and Radiocommunications of the UPM.

His professional interests are the study of anteligentes benefits in mobile communications systems (2G and 3G) and the analysis of the effect of impulsive noise in radio communications systems. He has also worked on the implementation of adaptive beam shaping and impulse noise generators in DSPs.

He has actively participated in a European COST project, and in several subsidized projects with public funding (CICYT, FEDER) and private (INDRA, UTECA, DYCTEL). He has also collaborated in campaigns of television signal measurements and characterization of amplifiers.

He has presented contributions in International Congresses (Vehicular Technology Conference of the IEEE, URSI, COST 256 Symposium), National (Jornadas de Telecom R & D, URSI) and has publications in international journals of the IEEE. He has also collaborated in the realization of some chapters of two books on Modeling and Simulation for Communication Systems and Mobile Communications Systems of Third Generation UMTS.

He received the Fundación Telefónica Award for the Best Final Degree Project in Telecommunication Networks and Services, "Modulation and coding schemes for broadband multimedia systems via radio", granted by the Official Association of Telecommunications Engineers, in March 2000.

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