Deliver any broadband service to the end user/ device, wire-bound as well as wireless by means of converged network solutions.
We investigate optical routing techniques for delivering capacity-on-demand, for optimizing user mobility and network performance, and for reducing energy consumption. We explore techniques for flexible fibre-to-the-home networks, as well as optical in-building network solutions to extend FttH’s huge capacity into the home. With radio-over-fibre techniques, we create radio pico-cells for flexible high-capacity wireless coverage, while avoiding radio interference and significantly lowering radio emission levels. Free-space dynamically steered optical beam communication is investigated to offer the ultimate ultra-high capacity wireless communication.
September 24, 2021
Ton Koonen Knight of the Netherlands Order of the Lion
The fact that many people were able to continue their work at home during the Corona crisis, online, is partly to his credit.
March 10, 2021
NWO Perspective program Optical Wireless Superhighways
Building communication links with the tremendous capacity of a fiber, without needing a fiber.
Meet some of our Researchers
Henrie van den Boom
Full Professor emeritus
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Real-time hardware G.hn LiFi infrastructure with D-MIMO and WDM over POF Fronthaul(2022)
Passive OFE multi-Gbps VLC transmission using POF as a feeder lineMicrowave and Optical Technology Letters (2022)
Monolithic integrated two-stage cascaded SOA-PIN receiver for high-speed optical wireless communicationOptics Letters (2022)
Real-Time 10,000 km Straight-Line Transmission Using a Software-Defined GPU-Based ReceiverIEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2021)
Bidirectional WDM-over-POF with Spatial Diversity DMT Gigabits per Second Transmission Using POF as Luminaires47th European Conference on Optical Communications, ECOC 2021 (2021)
Visiting addressFlux, floor 9Groene Loper 195612 AP EindhovenNetherlands
Postal addressP.O. Box 513Department of Electrical Engineering5600 MB EindhovenNetherlands