We explore concepts to replace wired networks for the communication of time- and security-critical messages  with wireless connections in industrial applications.

The goal of the project is to characterize and model ferrite foils for wireless power transfer systems at  13.56MHz. This knowledge allows a simplified design process and shorter development times.

EOS

SAL beyond 100 GHZ

The goal of this project is to inves­ti­gate the cutting-edge tech­nology nodes and their perfor­mance for appli­ca­tions oper­ating beyond 100GHz and 100Gbps.

AnaGen

Analog Generators for innovative analog/mixed-signal circuit design

The goal of this project is to capture analog IC engineering knowledge in executable analog generators that can be reused across multiple SoCs and technology generations.

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We develop massive-MIMO mm-Wave frontend modules for 5G communication, with innovative solutions for integrated transmitters and receivers combined with new heterogeneous integration technologies.  

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Edge Computing & Machine Learning

for Real-Time Factory Floor Applications

Enable industry partners to utilize academic machine learning advances in real world settings and apply data driven approaches to master specific challenges on factory floors like Quality Control, Predictive Maintenance, etc.

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A central element for wireless sensor and actuator networks is the gateway, which forms the connection between different wireless and wired communication standards (such as Ethernet). This project is involved with gateway architectures and protocols ...

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The objective of this project is to set up an mm wave laboratory for radar and communication in conjunction with the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) and industry.

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