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Congratulations to our master student DI Matthias Wakolbinger BSc

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Congratulations to Dr. Bernhard Etzlinger on receiving "Innovationspreis 2017"

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Congratulations to DI Sebastian Poltschak on receiving "2017 EuMC Young Engineer Prize" at EuMW Nuremberg

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Congratulations to Faisal Ahmed MSc and Muhammad Furqan MSc on receiving "2016 Best Paper Award" at EuMW Nuremberg

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Congratulations to Faisal Ahmed MSc and Muhammad Furqan MSc on receiving a Honorable Mention at IMS 2017 in Honolulu

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Classical Communications

This research area is devoted to the design and analysis of communication systems that use electromagnetic signals.

Unique Word OFDM

OFDM signaling is employed in many today's wireless communication standards, like LTE, WLAN or DVB-T. However, one of the drawbacks of OFDM is that a cyclic prefix (CP) is used to cope with multipath propagation, which results in a loss of typically around 20 % in bandwidth efficiency. Unique Word OFDM is a novel signaling scheme that overcomes this flaw by replacing the CP by a deterministic sequence, called unique word (UW). The goal of this project is the design and analysis of low-complexity iterative receivers to achieve optimal performance.

Millimeter Wave Communications

Millimeter wave (mmWave) communications is considered to be a major new feature of 5G mobile communications. From the many topics within this large research area, we focus on theoretical studies to apply a new modulation format called "spatial modulation" to mmWave frequencies. While spatial modulation has been shown to be an efficient solution at low GHz frequencies due to the need of only a single transmit path, we investigate its application at mmWave frequencies, at which a simple hardware architecture is of even higher importance.