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Research Fields and Projects of the Department of Mobile Radio Systems

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Authors: Andreas Hecker
The development of mobile phone networks becomes more and more complex. For an automatic planning of network parameters this complexity leads to the usage of automatic algorithms that are developed in this research area. Models that have to deliver reliable input data are developed as well. [More]
Authors: Andreas Hecker
Automatic algorithms for finding an optimal solution of location and routing areas have to be developed.  Out part lies in the development of traffic and mobility models that have to deliver reliable input data for the optimization algorithms. [More]
finished BMCO-forum
Authors: Peter Unger
BMCO-forum WI4: Broadcast Network structure and coverage expectations [More]
Authors: Andreas Hecker, Kin Lien Chee
In this BWA project funded by the German BMWi (Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie) the Institute for Communications Technology works in cooperation with the LS telcom AG. Purpose of the project is to develop a planning and coordination software for Broadband Wireless Access networks and associated algorithms and methods. [More]
finished C3World
Authors: Jan Sonnenberg, Gunther May, Moritz Schack, Jörg Nuckelt
The project "C3World - Connected Cars in a Connected World", supported by the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony, is a cooperation between the research department of Volkswagen AG and "Niccimon - Niedersächsisches Kompetenzzentrum Informationssysteme für die mobile Nutzung" (Competence Center of Lower Saxony for Information Systems for Mobile Usage)... [More]
Authors: Moritz Schack, Kin Lien Chee
The number of traffic accidents with injury to
persons is still too high. Hence, it is an important question,
how the number of accidents with pedestrians can be reduced. [More]
ongoing CellCar
Authors: Jörg Nuckelt, Johannes Baumgarten, Andreas Möller
The main objective of the CellCar project is to bring the best from combining IEEE 802.11p and LTE (Long Term Evolution) standards for the wireless vehicular environment. The fact that 802.11p is infrastructure-less and LTE is infrastructure-based is very exciting both in terms of opportunities and challenges.  [More]
Authors: Jaouhar Jemai
The work focuses on the indoor radio channel modelling aspects for modern communication systems.    [More]
Authors: Martin Jacob, Kin Lien Chee
This project deals with the radio channel aspects within the airplane cabin. These have been investigated through measurement campaigns. [More]
Authors: Moritz Schack, Jörg Nuckelt
A condition for designing exact channel propagation models is to first of all identify and configure the relevant traffic and environment scenarios. The traffic scenarios are to show, among other things, various traffic streams like cars driving in opposite directions. The environment scenarios are meant to model typical scenarios in road traffic such as rural roads, highways, and urban areas... [More]
Authors: Jaouhar Jemai
This research task investigates the development of a portable measurement system for WLAN 802.11b. [More]
finished COST 2100
Authors: Jörg Nuckelt
COST is an intergovernmental framework for European Co-operation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research since 1971. It is organized into Scientific and Technical Domains and its goal is to ensure that Europe holds a strong position in the field of scientific and technical research for peaceful purposes.  [More]
finished COST IC 1004
Authors: Thomas Jansen, Jörg Nuckelt, Dennis M. Rose, Johannes Baumgarten, Sören Hahn, Andreas Möller
IC1004 is a COST Action on Cooperative Radio Communications for Green Smart Environments and belongs to the ICT Domain. This Action addresses research issues in the field of cooperative radio communications to make our society cleaner, safer, and more energy efficient. [More]
Authors: Marius Spika, Haikal El Abed, Moritz Schack, Kin Lien Chee
This project carries out research on collision warning system for the railroad and develops an accordant demonstrator. [More]
Authors: Martin Jacob, Marcos Liso
The BERTA project will take place during three years, and will be realized by IfN in cooperation with the Institut für Erdmessung (IfE) and the Geodätischen Institut (GI), Leibniz Universität Hannover. The project should firstly describe the multipath propagation and diffraction effects in GNSS reference stations, as well as investigate the GNSS signal propagation near the receiver´s antenna. [More]
Authors: Peter Schlegel, Thomas Jansen, Jörg Nuckelt
With MBMS (Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service), the mobile radio system of the third generation UMTS offers already the possibility to transmit broadcast content to several users... [More]
finished FP7-SOCRATES
Authors: Andreas Hecker, Michaela Neuland, Peter Unger, Thomas Jansen
SOCRATES (Self-Optimisation and Self-Configuration in Wireless Networks) aims at the development, evaluation, and demonstration of methods and algorithms for self-configuration, self-optimisation, and self-healing as a promising opportunity to automate radio network planning and optimisation. Key gains are a substantial OPEX reduction and an enhancement of network efficiency and QoS. [More]
Authors: Andreas Hecker, Michaela Neuland
Land use classes used for propagation prediction require updates, regularly. In this project, one update is based on detailed vector geometries of urban settlement classes. [More]
Authors: Thomas Jansen, Dennis M. Rose, Johannes Baumgarten

The objective of the GreenNets project is to tackle the energy consumption challenge for cellular radio networks and enable the introduction on the market of advanced tools and software platforms to assist operators in enhancing energy efficiency of their current and future network deployments.

http://www.greennets.eu/ [More]
Authors: Martin Jacob, Sebastian Priebe, Sebastian Rey
 We are actively working on the development of the new IEEE 802.11ad WLAN standard. This standard will use the worldwide available 60 GHz frequency band und will enable wireless communications with data rates of more than 1 Gbps. In the framework of standardization we develop radio channel models for the performance evaluation of future WLAN systems. Here the main focus is on dynamic models describing the influence of human movement on the radio channel. In addition Prof. Kürner is the chair of the IEEE 802.15 THz interest group, which focusses on accessing the widely unused THz frequency band for WLAN/WPAN systems. [More]
Authors: Jaouhar Jemai, Andreas Hecker
Methods are analysed to interpolate three-dimensional radio patterns based on two-dimensional antenna diagrams. [More]
Authors: Michaela Neuland, Moritz Schack
The orthogonality of the used code sequences which are responsible for the separation of different data streams are very important in the UMTS downlink. [More]
Authors: Andreas Hecker
Analysis of the quality of the cell ID localisation method taking into account planning results of cell coverage calculations [More]
finished miniWattII
Authors: Moritz Schack, Peter Unger
Reduction of the electromagnetic exposure by using a hybrid network (BMBF project miniWattII) [More]
Authors: Peter Unger
network planning and propagation models (3.5 GHz) [More]
Authors: Martin Jacob, Sebastian Priebe
In the framework of the project propagation phenomena beyond 60 GHz, including atmospheric effects and interaction of THz waves with objects, are studied. Furthermore, channel models based on measurements and ray tracing simulations are developed. [More]
Authors: Martin Jacob, Marcos Liso
QStream is an european MEDEA+-project. Goal of the project is the development of a wireless communication system at a frequency of 60 GHz for multi gigabit data transmission like HDTV signals for instance. Our work builds the fundament for the development of the 60 GHz radio communications system. Goal of the work will be the analysis of the system and channel characteristics, followed by the development of baseband signal processing, air interface and beamforming algorithms. In addition a simulation environment will be set up. With this environment, system simulations will be conducted to evaluate the performance of different transmission technologies.
In parallel channel and propagation investigations will be performed to develop a channel model for the simulations [More]
ongoing TERAPAN
Authors: Sebastian Rey
The goal of the TERAPAN project, which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is the demonstration of an adaptive wireless point-to-point terahertz communication system and the validation of its performance for distances of up to 100 GHz at distances of up to 10 m. www.terapan.de [More]
Authors: Martin Jacob, Sebastian Priebe, Bile Peng
The objective of this project is the investigation of propagation, channel and system properties at Terahertz frequencies with regard to future multi-gigabit THz communication systems. [More]
Authors: Andreas Hecker
Ultra High Sites (UHS) characterize UMTS sites with an antenna height of more than 100 meters. Classical propagation models are valid for antenna heights of up to 70 meters. In this project, the models are analyzed and extended concerning the requirements of UHS. [More]
Authors: Jaouhar Jemai
This research workpackage  investigates the indoor UWB channel. In contrary to the known wideband channels, UWB channels convey the characteristics of medium and antenna selectivity in frequency, time and space.    [More]