Area of Signal Theory and Communications
Department of Signal Theory and Communications
David Álvarez Outerelo obtained a degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Universidade de Vigo in 2012. Between 2015 and 2016 he completed a Master in Industrial Mathematics at the same university. He is currently a Predoctoral Contract Researcher, attached to the Department of Signal Theory and Communications at the Universidade de Vigo. He is part of the research group Antennas, Radar and Optical Communications (COM). His main lines of research focus on the design, manufacture and measurements of low and high frequency antennas, antenna integration in civil and military naval vehicles and antenna simulation in large structures.
Pedrosa-Rodriguez, L., Outerelo, D.A., Diaz-Otero, F.J.
Nonlinear effects induced in the normalized ion density in a linear trap system for a large ion cloud
Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 53, 10, 2018 | DOI
Pedrosa-Rodriguez, L., Outerelo, D.A., Gomez-Alcala, R., de Vicente, F.I., Diaz-Otero, F.J.
Design, development and testing of a helical resonator for trapping Sr+ ions for frequency standards and sensing applications
Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation, 125, , 2018 | DOI
Naghar, A., Aghzout, O., Alejos, A.V., Outerelo, D.A., Falcone, F.
Improvement of notch performances for UWB monopole antennas using CSRR and SSRR
International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems -Proceedings, , , 2017 | DOI
Alejos, A.V., Dawood, M., Aguirre, E., Falcone, F., Outerelo, D.A., Naghar, A., Agzhout, O.
Influence of impairments due to dispersive propagation on the antenna design for body-based applications
Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, 29, 17, 2015 | DOI