Research areas

Our research projects are concerned with the physical layer information transmission in telecommunications and broadcast networks. For the execution of hard and software projects, modern laboratories, network computers and design tools are available for both staff and students. At present, the following main research projects are investigated:

  • Massive MIMO communication systems
    • Channel measurements
    • Multi-antenna prototypes
  • Non-linear Optical Transmission
    • Soliton impulses
    • Non-linear Fourier transform
  • Applied Communication Systems
    • Industrial Field Bus (OFDM)
    • Data transmission for capacitive charging
    • Industrial 4.0 data transmission
  • Machine Learning for Communications
    • Deep Neural Networks
    • Learn to communicate
  • Advanced Signal Transmission and Reception
    • Waveform engineering beyond OFDM
    • Orthogonal and nonorthogonal multiple channel access
    • Multiuser detection and parameter estimation
  • Communications in mmWave bands
    • Hybrid-MIMO beamforming
    • Positioning for mmWave channels
    • WLAN standardization (IEEE 802.11ay)
    • Channel modeling
  • Error Control Coding and Demodulation
    • LDPC and Polar Codes
    • Belief propagation decoding
    • GPU accelerated decoding
    • EXIT charts
    • Fast list decoding of polynomial evaluation codes
    • Algebraic codes for distributed storage
    • Spatially coupled code constructions