IfN at NGMN IC&E 2016 in Frankfurt

Institute for Communications Technology of Technische Universitaet Braunschweig presents three projects at the Next Generation Mobile Networks Industry Conference & Exhibition (NGMN IC&E) October 12-13, 2016:


Tower Overlay: The Tower Overlay over LTE-A+ (TOoL+) approach extends traditional cellular networks by a High Tower High Power layer to deliver popular services such as high-quality video to mobile devices. A demonstrator is presenting network simulations as well as a physical transmission of the proposed system.
Press release of TU Braunschweig.


 (Photo: S. Ilsen) NGMN-stand


SiMoNe is a system-level simulator for realistic mobile radio networks. It supports simulations with a large number of individual user traces, which follow different mobility pattern like vehicular or indoor mobility. On top of the radio network topology different Self-Organizing Network (SON) functions can be used and simulated.


TERAPAN: The frequency range above 275 GHz provides large bandwidths for future 100+Gbit/s data transmissions. In a demonstration, a compact point-to-point 300 GHz-link with electrical beam steering of a highly directive phased array is presented for the first time.
Press release of TU Braunschweig.



(Photo: S. Rey) View from the 300 GHz TERAPAN transmitter to the receiver.

(Photo: S. Rey) 300 GHz TERAPAN Receiver for electronic beam steering with a phased array antenna.

(Photo: S. Rey) Iulia Dan (Universität Stuttgart) and Sebastian Rey (Technische Universität Braunschweig) with the TERAPAN module for electronic beam steering.





Updated: Thursday, 21 June 2018