Multidisciplinary, application-oriented research into wireless technologies
The CWTe is a collaboration of five research groups of the Electrical Engineering department of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e): Electromagnetics (EM), Integrated Circuits (IC), Signal Processing Systems (SPS), Electronic Systems (ES) and Electro-optical Communication (ECO). We focus on four programs: Ultra-High Data-Rate Systems, Ultra-Low Power and Internet-of-Things Communication, Terahertz Technology, and Radio Astronomy.Read more
RELATED RESEARCH GROUPS
The CWTe is a collaboration of five research groups within the Electrical Engineering department of TU/e
Enable 'electromagnetic engineering' by developing new modeling strategies for analysis and synthesis of a range of applications, e.g....
Our goal is to create constructive design trajectories for electronic systems that lead to high-quality, cost-effective systems with...
We have a vision of a globe-spanning ubiquitous optical network, a sustainable and reliable communication infrastructure for users and...
Integrated Circuits (IC) formerly named Mixed-signal Microelectronics (MsM)
The MSM group carries out fundamental research on RF and mixed-signal IC design applied to front ends, including the AD and DA conversion.
Signal Processing Systems
Enabling the digital revolution through theories, algorithms, architectures and solutions for analyzing and interpreting signals, images,...
Partnering with CWTe
The synergy of fundamental science and industrial application could generate substantial gains for partners collaborating within the Center for Wireless Technology. Such a collaborative approach ensures that the scientific research keeps a focus on the various technological, economic and regulatory demands that influence the application framework. The outcome is a virtuous circle whereby science and application reinforce and enhance each other. There are three levels of CWTe participation.Read more
Meet some of our Researchers
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Our most recent peer reviewed publications
TDOA-based localization via stochastic gradient descent variants88th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC 2018-Fall)<br/> (2019)
Interference graphs to monitor and control schedules in low-power WPANFuture Generation Computer Systems (2019)
Building 5G millimeter-wave wireless infrastructureIEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine (2019)
MIMO performance evaluation of isotropic, directional and highly-directional antenna systems for mm-wave communications13th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2019 ) (2019)
ARoF-Fed antenna architectures for 5G networks2019 Optical Fiber Communication Conference, (OFC 2019) (2019)