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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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Cellular V2X communications is going to be one of the pillars of the future smart city. It has to be reliable, high-performant and close to ideal (Not only in the lab :-) ).
  
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.
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Who has not suffered from bad cellular experience when moving at high speed ?
  
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:
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V2X cellular communications use cellular networks to increase reliability.  
  
• Development of dedicated communication protocols for IoT
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Our aim is to design and implement optimized hardware for high-performance algorithms, bringing ideal performance to reality in high-mobility conditions.
  
• Development of hardware-efficient digital-baseband algorithms
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==Available Projects==
 
 
• 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==
 
 
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[[Analog|Analog design projects]] are also available.
 
  
 
==Contacts==
 
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Latest revision as of 14:54, 12 March 2019

© Continental AG

Introduction

Cellular V2X communications is going to be one of the pillars of the future smart city. It has to be reliable, high-performant and close to ideal (Not only in the lab :-) ).

Who has not suffered from bad cellular experience when moving at high speed ?

V2X cellular communications use cellular networks to increase reliability.

Our aim is to design and implement optimized hardware for high-performance algorithms, bringing ideal performance to reality in high-mobility conditions.

Available Projects


Contacts


Professor

Qiuting Huang


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