International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication Systems


Australia, Gold Coast, 17-19 December 2007

Incorporating: The 9th International Symposium on DSP and Communication Systems, DSPCS’2007, and

 The 6th  Workshop on the Internet, Telecommunications and Signal Processing, WITSP'2007

Important Dates:

Full Paper Submission Deadline
4 August 2007 (Extended)

Notification of acceptance:
15 September 2007

Camera-ready Copy:
15 October 2007

15 October 2007

For further information please contact:

Prof. Tad Wysocki

Call for papers

Conference Program

Conference Photos

Conference Proceedings (50 MB)

Communication Systems worldwide have provided a rapidly growing and useful range of services and are continuing to evolve using a multitude of Signal Processing techniques. The 1st International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication Systems, ICSPCS’2007, has been planned by a group of academics and professionals to examine the plans for the future and the progress that has already been made in the field of Signal Processing and their applications to communication systems, image processing and other aspects of the modern life. A major objective of the Conference will be to pursue the progression from communication and information theory through to the implementation, evaluation and performance improvement of practical communication systems using Signal Processing technology. Because the Conference incorporates the 9th International Symposium on DSP and Communication Systems, DSPCS’2007, and  the 6th  Workshop on the Internet, Telecommunications and Signal Processing, WITSP'2007, it is also planned to be a forum for presenting research into topics ranging from those of the physical layer to the application layer through all aspects of the protocols and processes required for the future Internet to operate better and the applications to utilize the full potential offered by the current and the emerging networking infrastructure. In addition, we expect that, as during the previous events, there will be several papers dealing with image, video and audio processing for multimedia, and forensic applications, as well as with the security of private and corporate data.

Authors of the papers accepted and presented at the conference will be invited to submit the extended and updated versions of their papers to the special issue of the Elsevier's COMPUTERS & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Journal.

  Previously unpublished contributions to the following technical areas, but not limited to, are solicited:

  • Traffic modelling
  • Protocols
  • Embedded Internet devices
  • New and enhanced services
  • Resource and information management
  • Adaptive QoS provisioning
  • End-to-end QoS
  • Emerging technologies
Fixed Networks
  • Optical networks and switching
  • Network architectures and equipment
  • Programmable networks
  • Test-beds and trials
  • New and enhanced services
  • Network gaming
Wireless Networks
  • Mobile ad hoc networking
  • Personal area networking
  • Convergence of different network types
  • Broadband Wireless Access
  • Cross Layer Design
  • Mesh Networks
  • Cooperative Networks
  • Sensor Networks
  • Home networking
  • Test-beds and new applications
Telecommunication technology
  • Channel measurements and modelling
  • Coding and modulation techniques
  • MIMO - theory and trials
  • Spread Spectrum and CDMA systems
  • OFDM technology
  • Space-time coding
  • Diversity techniques
  • Ultra Wide-Band Communications
  • Antennas and propagation 
Information Security
  • Security primitives and algorithms
  • Security of wireless and distribution networks
  • Programmable networks security
  • Authentication and authorization
  • Encryption
  • Data integrity
  • Data mining
Multimedia signal processing
  • Streamed multimedia applications
  • Algorithms and implementations
  • Image and video processing
  • Error concealment techniques
  • Management of multimedia services
  • Test-beds and trials
  • Multimedia games
DSP algorithms and hardware implementations
  • DSP implementation in hardware
  • DSP algorithms
  • Smart antennas and tracking algorithms
  • Signal separation
  • Signal identification