Communications Laboratory

The Communications Laboratory headed by Prof. Dahlhaus deals with different aspects in the physical layer (PHY) and the medium access control (MAC) of wireless and wired communication systems. The main emphasis is on signal processing schemes, mainly in broadband wireless systems.

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Overview

Teaching

Introduction to Information Theory & Coding


Mobile Radio


Introduction to Signal Detection and Estimation


Praktikum Signal├╝bertragung


Lab on Introduction to Information Theory und Coding


Simulation of Digital Communication Systems using MATLAB


Seminar on Signal Processing in Wireless Communications


and more lectures, labs, Bacherlor and Master thesis and projects for students

Teaching: Forward

Research

cognitive radio


detection and estimation schemes in cell-free massive multiple-input multiple output (mMIMO) systems


adaptive schemes and coding in multicarrier orthogonal/non-orthogonal multiple access (OMA/NOMA) systems


mobile radio systems (long-term evolution (LTE), fifth-generation (5G), and sixth generation (6G))


machine learning


OSI cross-layer optimization


measuring and modelling of time-variant radio channels


implementation aspects of front-ends for broadband air interfaces


signal processing for medical applications (e.g. numerical modelling for radio frequency ablation).

Research: Forward