“Beamforming and Transceiver HW Design for THz Band”, Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Pacific Grove, USA, October 2018
Here is accepted paper from UOULU : Asilomar - Terranova Authors : M. Aminu, O. Tervo, J. Lehtomäki and M. Juntti
Registration is now OPEN for the 2nd Towards THz Communication workshop with support by the European Commission on THU 07-Mar-2019
The ICT-09-2017 Cluster will host the 2nd Towards THz Communications Workshop with the support of the EC. THU 07-Mar-2019 Albert Borschette Congress Centre (CCAB) Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels, Belgium Register for event Preliminary agenda Subject to amendment! NB...
University of UOLU presented TERRANOVA activities during the event, Presentation title is " Wireless Technologies Towards THz Band"
Special session on THz network organized in EUCNC on « Terabit Wireless Transport », in which Terranova will make a presentation: https://www.eucnc.eu/special-sessions/special-session-3/
VTC workshop organized by Terranova project in Porto was a real success!! Download summary and agenda here International Workshop on THz Communication Technologies for Systems Beyond 5G WORKSHOP W11 at IEEE VTC Spring 2018, Porto, Portugal Although 5G seems more than...
EUCNC https://www.eucnc.eu/, in which Terranova participates to the session on Terabit Wireless Transport
Towards TeraHertz Communication Workshop was held in Brussels on March 7, 2018. Presentations can be found on the site.
Although 5G seems more than willing to embrace several game changing design principles, such as densification, virtualization and softwarization, in order to enhance scalability, flexibility and efficient resources utilization, it can be easily understood that fundamental performance limitations related to available bandwidth, transmission and processing delay and cost and energy consumption still define the envelope. To break these technological barriers networks beyond 5G will need to bring little explored wireless resources and technologies to validation and exploitation by directing research towards de-risking technological concepts, components, architectures and systems concepts.