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ACCESS (Autonomic Complex Communication nEtworks, Signals and Systems) (Professor Björn Ottersten)

  Period: 2006-07-01 - 2016-06-30

Linnaeus Grant - Swedish Research Council » more
Affordable Wireless Broadband Access (Jan Markendahl)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-31

The usage of Internet is changing from being a service consumed in fixed and known locations like your home/office to be a service used in “any” location. The Internet access using “Mobile Broadband” » more
Application-aware scheduling in future cellular networks (György Dan)

Period: 2009-03-01 - 2011-02-28

The objective of this project is to develop efficient and fair resource allocation mechanisms for future multi-service cellular networks, in which streaming and elastic traffic may be delivered to the » more
Complexity in future wireless systems (Joakim Jaldén)

Period: 2010-01-01 - 2012-12-31

The project aims at studying several questions relating to the complexity of future wireless systems. This is motivated as complexity is expected to be a limiting factor in the development and » more
Green Radio, Investigating energy consumption of wireless networks (Anders Västberg)

Period: 2008-10-01 - 2009-09-30

The main goal of the project is to investigate strategies of deployment and resource-management for energy-efficient wireless broadband access. » more
MODyS - MultiOperator Dynamic Spectrum Management (Professor Jens Zander)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-31

The project aims at developing detailed technical DSA mechanisms for cooperative or competitive multioperator scenarios. Results are expected to have direct impact on future spectrum regulation as » more
Multi-antenna transmission and scheduling in IMT-Advanced (Mats Bengtsson)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-31

The project will study technical solutions for the next generation mobile access technologies. The project intends to develop and validate techniques for scheduling and controlling transmission » more


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