Ph.D. University of Connecticut, 1999
Research InterestsHis general area of interest is in the statistical signal processing with applications to communications, radar, and sonar systems. Some particular problems of current interest are signal processing for wireless communications, adaptive CFAR radar detection, space-time adaptive processing, and data fusion.
Teaching InterestsWireless Communications
Recent PublicationsR. Jiang and B. Chen, "Fusion of censored decision in wireless sensor networks," accepted to the IEEE Trans. Wireless Comm.
B. Chen and P.K. Willett, "On the optimality of likelihood ratio test for local sensor decision rules in the presence of non-ideal channels," to appear in the IEEE Trans. Information Theory, Feb., 2005.
Y. Lin, B. Chen, and P.K. Varshney, "Decision fusion rules in multi-hop wireless sensor networks", to appear in the IEEE Trans. AES, 2005
B. Chen, R. Jiang, T. Kasetkasem, and P.K. Varshney, "Channel aware decision fusion for wireless sensor networks," IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, vol. 52, pp. 3454-3458, December 2004.
B. Chen and H. Wang, ``Blind OFDM carrier frequency offset estimation via oversampling,'' IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, vol. 51, pp. 2047-2057, July 2004.