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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
The Internet of Things (IoT) is believed to be one of the main drivers for the semi-conductor industry in the upcoming years. While the key IoT applications will manifest themselves in the near future, it is already clear today, that the use cases will have application-specific requirements. With some applications require high data throughput (e.g. use cases incorporating high-quality video streaming), other use cases rely on extremely low-energy (wearables, implantable telemetry devices), low-latency (self-driving cars), extended link distance (remote sensor networks, drones), and/or location services (self-driving cars, drones).
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V2X Cellular Communications needs to be reliable
 
 
With some of the requirements contradicting each other (like high-throughput and extremely low energy) it immediately become clear that: '''No communication system can fit all!''' Additionally, the very strong cost and form-factor pressure demands for single chip solutions, which incorporate analog sensor / actuator front ends, RF-transceiver, digital baseband processing, and an application processor. Such a RF System-on-Chip (RF-SoC) is mandatory to achieve minimal manufacturing costs.
 
 
 
The unique combination of research fields at the integrated systems laboratory enables the design of complete highly optimized IoT-targeting RF SoC. One part of such an RF SoC design is the hardware- and energy-efficient realization of the digital baseband algorithms in which we constantly offer various semester and master projects in the following fields:
 
 
 
• Development of dedicated communication protocols for IoT
 
 
 
• Development of hardware-efficient digital-baseband algorithms
 
 
 
• Implementation and evaluation of physical communication links on FPGA-testbeds
 
 
 
• ASIC Implementation of key building blocks or full RF-SoC in state-of-the-art CMOS technologies
 
  
 
==Available ASIC Design Projects==
 
==Available ASIC Design Projects==

Revision as of 16:08, 23 November 2018

RF SoC for IoT Applications

Introduction

V2X Cellular Communications needs to be reliable

Available ASIC Design Projects

Other Available Projects


Analog design projects are also available.

Contacts


Professor

Qiuting Huang


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