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Pablo Angueira (M’04, SM’11), received the M.S. and PhD in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of the Basque Country (Spain) in 1997 and 2002 respectively. He joined the Communications Engineering Department of the University of the Basque Country in 1998, where he is currently a Full Professor. He is part of the staff of the Signal Processing and Radiocommunication Lab ( where he has been involved in research on digital broadcasting (DVB-T, DRM, T-DAB, DVB-T2, DVB-NGH and ATSC 3.0) for more than 20 years. Pablo Angueira is coauthor of an extensive list of papers in international peer-reviewed journals, and a large number of conference presentations in digital broadcasting. He has also coauthored several contributions to the ITU-R working groups WP6 and WP3. His main research interests are network planning and spectrum management applied to digital terrestrial broadcast technologies. He is currently involved in research activities related to broadcasting in a 5G environment. Dr. Angueira is the Chair of the IEEE BTS Publications Committee, an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, a member of the IEEE BMSB International Steering Committee and a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE BTS. He serves on the Administrative Committee of the IEEE BTS.

Find Dr. Pablo Angueira's CV here

Dra. Itziar ANGULO

Dra. Itziar Angulo received the M.S. Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Bilbao Engineering College, University of the Basque Country (Spain), in 2007. After receiving a predoctoral grant from the Basque Government, she finished a Master in Mobile Network Information and Communication Technologies and obtained her PhD degree with "summa cum laude" mention in 2013 in the same university. Her doctoral dissertation, entitled "Channel model to characterize signal scattering from a wind farm in the UHF band and influence on the DVB-T quality of service" was awarded with an Extraordinary Doctoral Award (Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado UPV/EHU) and also a finalist award from the Spanish Association of Telecommunication Engineers (Premio Finalista COIT-AEIT en Gestión, Economía y Regulación de las Telecomunicaciones a la Mejor Tesis Doctoral en la XXXIV Edición de los Premios a los Mejores Proyectos Fin de Carrera, Trabajos Fin de Máster y Tesis Doctorales del Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación).

She is part of the Signal Processing and Radiocommunications research group (TSR) since 2005. After five years of post-doctoral experience, she is currently an associated professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics in the University of the Basque Country and continues with the research activities within the TSR group. Apart from her main research line about the potential impact of wind farms on radiocommunication services, she is now involved in the study of new data transmission techniques for smart metering, monitoring and management of the future smart grids.


Dra. Amaia Arrinda received the M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of the Basque Country, Spain, in 1993. Before receiving the degree, she studied for a year at ENST Bretagne, and worked as a researcher at CNET, in both cases in France. In September 1993 she joined the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications of the University of the Basque Country, where she is currently an associate professor. In February 2001 she presented her doctoral thesis (PhD degree) dealing with interferences between terrestrial analogue and digital TV transmissions. Her current research interests include digital broadcasting systems, signal propagation, measurements and simulations. She belongs to the TSR research group (Radiocommunications and Signal Processing). She has been with the Wireless Networks and Communications Research Centre (Brunel University, UK) for four months, during the summer 2008, as a visitor research. She has been involved for more than 15 years in research projects related to measurements for several purposes (human exposure, digital broadcasting, radio noise,…). She is co-author of more than 25 papers in journals of the best third of the JCR Index and more than 40 contributions to international conferences.


Dr. David de la Vega received the M.S. and PhD in Telecommunication Engineering at the University of the Basque Country (Spain) in 1996 and 2008, respectively. In 1998 he joined the TSR (Radiocommunications and Signal Processing) research group at the University of the Basque Country. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Communications Engineering of the University of the Basque Country, researching on propagation and new digital broadcasting systems; and teaching on propagation, radar and satellite navigation systems. His research interests focus on the analysis of interferences of renewable systems on communications, such as energy renewable resources on PLC or wind farms on radars and other radiocommunication services.