Chit-Sang Tsang, Ph.D.
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Schedule updated: DECEMBER 19, 2016
Dr. Tsang received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California. He had worked in the communications and computer industry for over ten years before joining the faculty of Electrical Engineering department of CSULB in 1988. He became Professor of Electrical Engineering in 1993.
Dr. Tsang teaches and conducts research in digital communications and digital signal processing. He has more than thirty years of academic and industrial experiences in satellite communication, including civil and military satellite system engineering, synchronization, waveform, phased array, and networking. He also conducts research on speech signal processing, neural networks, and fuzzy logic systems. Besides teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and consulting for industry, Dr. Tsang supervises Ph.D. and M.S. students on thesis and projects. A thesis under his supervision received the best thesis award in the department. He has published about fifty journal and conference papers in communications and digital signal processing, and was awarded one patent.
Besides academic activities, Dr. Tsang is also active in Christian church and organization.