Theory and practice of advanced concepts in wireless communications

The scope of this research is to develop, realise and validate innovative wireless communication concepts, algorithms and computational architectures, in pragmatic communication scenarios via advanced “proof-of-concept” evaluations.

Overview

The scope of this research is to develop, realise and validate innovative wireless communication concepts, algorithms and computational architectures, in pragmatic communication scenarios via advanced “proof-of-concept” evaluations.

The topics of the work include:

  • Development of advanced signal processing algorithms and architectures for future communication systems, including:
    • advanced massively parallel algorithms, for aggressively non-orthogonal signal transmissions, including large multi-user, multiple antenna (e.g., multiuser massive-MIMO) systems and non-orthogonal multiple-access (NOMA) schemes
    • advanced, ultra-low processing latency, channel encoding/decoding schemes for future wireless systems
  • Development of advanced software and hardware computing architectures for advanced transceiver processing.
  • System level design and demonstration via advanced, standard-compliant testbeds able to support advanced large and massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) approaches.

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If you are interested in this research or have a query then please contact the project lead, Dr Konstantinos Nikitopoulos:

MultiSphere project

This project is looking at two paradigm shifts that have a strong potential to transform the way we design wireless communications systems.

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Institute for Communication Systems
James Clerk Maxwell building
University of Surrey
Guildford
Surrey
GU2 7XH