The Centre for Wireless Innovation at Queen’s University Belfast is the UK’s largest research, development and exploitation base in physical layer wireless communications, and one of the strongest in Europe. Our 60 research engineers invent underpinning technologies for Mobile, Medical and Space applications.
Our work focuses on massive MIMO, mmWave cellular communications, cell-free mobile networks, retrodirective antennas, flat self-steered high gain active antennas (24 GHz – 60GHz), secure and energy-efficient small cell networks, high-efficiency switched-mode power amplifiers, electromagnetic media, and body-implanted antennas, to optimize 5G networks, IoT/IIoT, /C-V2X and 5G-V2X, next-generation EO satellites and implantable medical devices.
We are keen to work with mobile network infrastructure OEMs, satcom equipment OEMs and makers of medical implantable devices (esp. sensors) on antennas and propagation, passive MIMO sensing, channel measurements, characterisation and modelling, interference modelling and mitigation, multiple antenna systems, millimetre-wave communications, localisation and tracking, for applications such as Advanced 5G (beyond 30GHz), CAVs, Connected Health, Smart Factories, Industry 4.0, Cobotics, In-Body Communications.
Please visit our web site for details: www.ecit.qub.ac.uk/CWI