Felix Fellhauer

Herr M.Sc.
Felix Fellhauer
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

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Universität Stuttgart
Institut für Nachrichtenübertragung
Pfaffenwaldring 47 (ETI 2)
70569 Stuttgart

Especially in the licence free spectrum, various standards are used all over the world. So far consumer products are mainly restricted to bands below a frequency of 5GHz. Due to a constantly rising number of deployed wireless networks and the demand of higher transmission rates, the physical bounds of legacy standards are almost reached.
To cope with the new requirements upcoming standards like IEEE 802.11ay try to utilize unused frequency bands above 30GHz (mmWave).

In the context of my scientific work, I deal with the challenge of developing communication systems for the mmWave spectrum. Especially in the 60GHz band, we are facing new challenging conditions like huge pathloss and reflective properties that might be faced with concepts like Hybrid-MIMO. Another mayor part of the work towards new standards in the 60GHz band is the development of new concepts for channel models.


F. Fellhauer, " WLAN - 1997 bis Heute," ITG Sound, Vision & Games, Sept. 2015.

F. Fellhauer, S. ten Brink, D. Ciochina, T. Handte, " Modelling of Spatial Separation in the 11ay Channel Model," IEEE 802.11 WLAN Working Group, Task Group ay, Jan. 2016.

F. Fellhauer, D. Ciochina, T. Handte, N. Loghin, F. Zenaidi, " Low Complexity Beamforming for Hybrid MIMO," IEEE 802.11 WLAN Working Group, Task Group ay, Mar. 2016.

F. Fellhauer, N. Loghin, D. Ciochina, T. Handte, S. ten Brink, " Low Complexity Beamforming Training Method for mmWave Communications," arXiv:1703.05650 [cs.IT], Mar. 2017


Winter Term 2014/15: 

  • Grundlagenpraktikum 

Summer Term 2015:

  • Nachrichtentechnik2 / Nachrichtentechnik für Verkehrsingenieure
  • Betreuung des Grundlagenpraktikums für 1. und 3. Semester

Winter Term 2015/16

  • Übertragungstechnik 1

Summer Term 2016:

  • Space Time Wireless Comunications#

Winter Term 2016/17

  • Communications 3