My ambition is to contribute to the advancement of 5G New Radio with new developments in ultra-high speed and low latency mm-wave technology.
Peter Smulders is Associate Professor with the Electromagnetics group at the department of Electrical Engineering. In addition to his lecturing duties, he has been doing research on high data rate wireless technology for 30 years. As such he addressed broadband WiFi and 3G, 4G and 5G radio technology including spectrum and regulation issues. He contributed to many national and international projects in close cooperation with, amongst others, NXP, TNO, IMST, Catena, Bell Labs, Thales, KPN, Samsung and Philips. He also contributed to a large number of demo- and pilot systems. One example is an own-developed pilot system that demonstrated, for the first time, wireless HDMI operation in the newly defined 60 GHz band.
Peter Smulders is with the Electromagnetics Group of the department of Electrical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. His current position is Associate Professor of Wireless Networks. His lectures are in the field of Wireless Communications and Automotive Radar. He is also coordinator of the two-year post-master PDEng program DEES/ICT (Design of Electrical Engineering Systems, ICT track), part of the TU/e Graduate School.
De behoefte aan spectrum voor specifieke, professionele breedbandige toepassingen(2018)
Linear LINC transmitters using dual-polarized power-combining antennas12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, (EuCAP 2018) (2018)
Analysis of human skin tissue by millimeter-wave reflectometrySkin Research and Technology (2013)
Causes of discrepancies between measurements and EM-simulations of millimeter-wave antennasIEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine (2013)
Dielectric properties of glucose solutions in the 0.5-67 GHz rangeMicrowave and Optical Technology Letters (2013)
- Wireless communications
- Automotive sensing
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