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EU-Japan project RAPID5G brings 5G to the public

August 4, 2017

EU-Japan project RAPID5G brings 5G to the public

Very recently, in July 2017, the RAPID5G (www.rapid-5g.eu) project demonstrated the first publicly accessible live demonstration of its 60 GHz 5G technology.

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IPHOBAC-NG's direct fiber-to-wireless technology

March 3, 2017

It doesn't always have to be fiber - fast internet via Hybrid Fiber-Wireless

Surfing the Internet at ultra-high speed - this is what has been enabled by the worldwide fiber network. However, expansion is progressing at a slug speed, also in Germany and especially in the country side. Unfortunately, laying fibers in the ground is time consuming and expensive. But there is hope: a new photonic antenna unit provides the same speed by radio and can be installed in a few days. It has now been successfully tested in the network of a European telecom company. The antenna was developed by the Optoelectronics department at University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE).

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ECOC 2016 Exhibition

September 1, 2016

Visit our booth 694 at ECOC 2016 Exhibition

From 19th until 21st of September, University of Duisburg-Essen exhibits Coherent Radio-over-Fiber (CRoF) systems for next generation optical access and mobile networks. The CRoF systems developed within the IPHOBAC-NG project provide a Wireless Extension of GPON and WDM-PON networks.

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Symposium on Integrated Photonics

January 27 - 29, 2016

Plenary Talk and Symposium on Integrated Photonics

On the occasion of the “International Year Of Light” and the 25th anniversary of the Optoelectronics department, this year’s position of the Scientist in Residence will be held by one of the most recognized international experts in the field of photonics, Professor John E. Bowers.

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1024 QAM constellation diagram

January 15, 2016

New world record in digital radio transmission

Within the framework of European research projects IPHOBAC-NG and RAPID 5G new technologies and system architectures have been developed that allow a particularly efficient radio transmission even at highest frequencies.

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MWP 2015 Best Paper Award

November 24, 2015

MWP 2015 Best Paper Award

Rattana Chuenchom, currently enrolled at the University of Duisburg-Essen as PhD Student, has presented a new coherent photonic mixer (CPX) that enables the upconversion of optical baseband signals transparently into the millimeter-wave frequency range by optical means.

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Photonic Sensor

October 6, 2015

Photonic coherent 250 GHz sensor

The characterization of complex materials and moving objects in an arbritrary environment is a key challenge to sensor technology (eg for 3D material maps). For such complex tasks novel sensors need to be developed that adaptively canadjust the waveform, frequency bandwidth, carrier frequency and observation sector to the measurement environment and material properties.

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WAZ

March 19, 2015

Future internet will be inside street lamps

The mobile Internet of the future is unimaginable 50 times more powerful than the current systems and is transmitted via small antennas, hanging in street lamps and are connected via the fiber optic network with each other..

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WDR

March 5, 2015

Cellular networks of the future

A Selfie at a rock concert or comparing prices via Internet during sale? Actually, no problem - but too many phones in one place slow down the cellular network. Researchers at the University of Duisburg-Essen are working on the next generation of mobile communications: 5G.

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WAZ

February 23, 2015

University of Duisburg-Essen conducts research on cellular networks inside street lamps

Duisburg. Department of Optoelectronics prepares for the big leap into a new generation of mobile communications. New technology will make mobile Internet 50 times faster.

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IPHOBAC-NG

September 23, 2014

Radio technologies for 5G using Advanced Photonic Infrastructure for Dense user environments

At the beginning of the year, the European Union and Japanjointly had published a call for collaborative research projects in four specially selected technology areas. Within the four main priorities, only one project should be encouraged. University of Duisburg-Essen could prevail with its international partners in the subject "Access Networks for Densely Located User Areas".

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Photonik Branchenreport 2013

Photonics industry needs about 9,000 academically qualified young professionals by 2015

The global photonics market was around 350 billion Euros in 2011 - compared to 228 billion Euros in 2005. The photonics industry has grown each year with an average of around 7.5% in nominal terms, which is more than twice as fast as the worldwide GDP.

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Online-Master EIT

July 22, 2014

Online Master's program in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Winter term 2014/15 is coming - best time for new resolutions. How about giving a new impetus to your career? The Electrical Engineering Department at University of Duisburg-Essen has a clear idea of ​​how it might look like. It offers an online Master's program: freshly designed, in part-time, and with four majors.

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Tera50 / IPHOBAC-NG

February 4, 2014

Tera-fast instead of a snail's pace

To see the World Cup in full HD live on your tablet or phone, that's a scenario of which fans can only dream of in 2014. Technologies that can transmit such vast amounts of data by radio are still missing. But we are working on that.

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Funksender iPHOS mit trichterförmiger Hornantenne und Glasfaseranschluss.
iPHOS Wireless Transmitter

May 8, 2013

Super-fast data highway

Because more and more work is done with mobile phones, wireless networks need to transfer huge amounts of data. The Department of Optoelectronics at UDE showcases at the Laser fair in Munich its super-fast 70 GHz radio transmitter with fiber optic connection.

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MAREW 2013 Best Student Paper Award and Best Presentation Award

April 25, 2013

Two in one sweep

Ivan Flammia, currently enrolled at the University of Duisburg-Essen as PhD Student within the Marie-Curie initial training network "MITEPHO", has presented a novel grounded coplanar waveguide (GCPW) to substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) transition for the development of compact and cost-effective 60 GHz photonic transmitters, key elements of Radio-over-Fiber (RoF) systems. For that he received two awards.

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MWP 2012 Best Student Paper Award

October 5, 2012

MWP 2012 Best Student Paper Award

Ivan Flammia, currently enrolled at the University of Duisburg-Essen as PhD Student within the Marie-Curie initial training network “MITEPHO” (MIcrowave and TErahertz PHOtonics), has presented a new photonic transmitter concept for E-Band (60-90 GHz) Radio-over-Fibre systems, allowing for low-cost integration of optical components (photodiodes) and radiofrequency elements (high-gain horn antenna) and introducing the possibility of cost-effective hermetic packaging without the need of sealing plates or radomes.

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September 16, 2012, Tokyo, Japan

German-Japanese Cooperation

Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technologies (NICT) in Toyko and the Center for Semiconductor Technology and Optoelectronics (ZHO) have agreed to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the field of wireless ultra-high speed communications for the mobile Internet access.

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I. Flammia (left) and A. Jankowski during their presentations.

July 10, 2012

ESOF/Marie-Curie Conference 2012 in Dublin

Andrzej Jankowski and Ivan Flammia, currently enrolled as PhD researchers at the Institute of Optoelectronics at University of Duisburg-Essen, have participated this year in the Marie Curie Actions Conference 2012, as part of the Euro Science Open Forum convention (10th -15th July, Dublin).

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April 20, 2012, EE|Time Europe

EU photonic wireless project develops state-of-the-art high speed photodiodes

Wireless transmission in the E-band based on optoelectronic technology has already demonstrated data rates up to 12.5 Gb/s with On-Off modulation schemes, and reaching up to 27 Gb/s with spectrally efficient modulation techniques. One of the most promising carrier generation methods is photomixing two optical wavelengths on a high speed photodiode, which in combination with injection and phase locking techniques can generate tuneable, high power, narrow linewidth millimetre carrier wave signals. The photodiode is a key component in these systems, being the element where the optical signals are converted to the electrical domain. Uni-Traveling Carrier Photodiodes (UTC-PDs) have been the dominant type of photodiodes for these applications due to their wide bandwidth and high millimetre-wave output power levels.

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