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Propagation channels are at the core of any wireless system: they determine not only the ultimate performance limits, but also the relative merits of different systems, and even give guidelines of how systems should be designed. The first axiom of wireless systems is : to design a wireless system, you must understand the channel in which it will operate.
Building Channel Sounders
Parameter Extraction Methods
Mm-wave and THz channels
V2V and UAV channels
Massive MIMO and Cloud RAN
Communication System Design
An exciting challenge in wireless system design is the need to merge insights from many different disciplines. From communication theory to networking, optimization theory, to physics, system design requires both broad and deep thinking.
WiDeS has established itself as a pioneer in a number of select topics, namely MIMO systems (particularly reduced-complexity MIMO transceivers, wireless video distribution, ultrawideband communication and localization, and novel modulation and multiplexing methods (particularly OAM and OTFS). In all of these fields we follow our philosophy of finding innovative approaches that are inspired by practical applications, but grounded in solid theory.
Machine Learning for Communications and Localization
Mobile Edge Computing and Joint Communication, Computing, and Caching (3C)
Wireless Video Distribution
Novel Modulation and Multiplexing Methods
Ultrawideband Communication and Localization
The most up-to-date account of our publications can be seen from our Google scholar pages, in particular here.
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