Dependable Wireless Connectivity for a Society in Motion
Our aim is to enhance the dependability (reliability and timeliness) of wireless communications even at high mobility, such as to support applications that require beyond best-effort services, e.g., road-safety applications, augmented and virtual reality, UAV control and communication. Our main focus thereby is on 5G and beyond mobile communication technologies.
Our vision, some major challenges, and methods to achieve our goal are described in:
- Society in motion: challenges for LTE and beyond mobile communications, IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 54, no. 5, May 2016
- Signal processing challenges in cellular-assisted cehicular communications, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, vol. 34, no. 2, March 2017
- Dependable wireless connectivity: insights and methods for 5G and beyond, E&I Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, vol. 135, no. 7, Oct 2018
- Dependability of directional millimeter wave vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, IEEE Access, vol. 8, March 2020
An overview of our research work between 2016 and mid 2020 is available in the following presentation: Dependable Wireless Connectivity for a Society in Motion