Metrology for optical and RF communication systems

Metrology for 5G Communications MET5G, 14IND10
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This is an EMPIR-funded project, which started in May 2015.

The project aims to address the following objectives:

  1. Define and develop traceable methods to measure Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (SINR) over a wide frequency range
  2. Improve metrology for traceable MIMO antenna systems
  3. Develop traceable metrology for 5G mobile communication devices
  4. Engage with industries that manufacture 5G mobile communication technology

For more information please visit the MET5G project website

Ultrafast Metrology for ultrafast electronics and high-speed communications IND16

This EMRP-funded project, which started in 2011, provides valuable underpinning to the MORSE JRP. The four primary areas of activity are:

  • Optoelectronic measurement techniques to establish traceability of high-speed and high-frequency measurement instrumentation
  • Low data overhead software tools for uncertainty propagation between time and frequency domain
  • Characterised antenna and channel properties in the mm- and sub-mm wave range
  • Guidelines for traceable measurement of digital signal properties

For more details see the full summary or visit the project website

EMRP SIB62 'HF Circuits'

EMRP SIB62 'HF Circuits'
Metrology for new electrical measurement quantities in high frequency circuits

Project summary

EMRP IND16 'Ultrafast'

EMRP IND16 'Ultrafast'
Metrology for ultrafast electronics and high-speed communications

Project summary


COST IC1004:
Cooperative Radio Communications for Green Smart Environments


Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for the Twenty-twenty Information Society

Cambridge Wireless

Cambridge Wireless

The research within this EURAMET joint research project receives funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme, ERA-NET Plus, under Grant Agreement No. 217257.

For more information, please contact: David Humphreys

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