The Wireless Communications & Large Scale Simulation research group focuses on various areas of wireless communications.
This research group was formed in 2002 with the aim of researching with microwave energy into material propagation and into the Radio Frequency (RF) air interface, with a particular emphasis here upon the measurement and simulation of the characteristics of the wireless communications’ channel for cellular, indoor and satellite wireless communications.
Research carried out includes applied research for innovation in smart antennas, modulation, coding and related embedded processing. Innovations in the electronic system-on-chip (SOC) area, combined Radio Frequency (RF) capability with the SOCs, are also being exploited. This permits extensive research in wireless sensing and control.