Wireless & Satellite Communications

Wireless Terrestrial Communications

  • UWB, OFDM and LTE systems
  • MIMO systems (STFC, Subscriber Localization)
  • Advanced Detection and Decoding Algorithms
  • Cooperative communications (Game Theory, Relaying, Localization-aided)
  • Infomobility systems
  • Spectrum sensing and opportunistic communication

Wireless Sensor Networks

  • WSN in planetary exploration context
  • Cognitive MAC approach
  • Energy Saving Routing

Space Communications

  • Cooperative communications in mobile satellite environments 
  • Space-time coding and transmit diversity techniques for satellite broadband services 
  • Satellite emergency communications 
  • Hybrid satellite/terrestrial DVB-SH based networks 
  • Ka band experimental activities 
  • Advanced routing techniques for IP QoS provision in satellite segment



Cognitive Radio & Software Defined Radio

  • Cognitive radio approaches for system coexistence
  • Game theory and heuristic approaches
  • Software radio and PHY reconfiguration
  • Multi-Mode & Soft-Mode
  •  Learning capability obtained through high level signal processing description language RADL

I-NATURE Project

I-NATURE aims at developing a system  for a new environmental monitoring approach, through the implementation of a dedicated wireless sensors network, composed of autonomous modules (equipped with sensors for the environmental parameters detection) .


TETRis Project

TETRis aims at organizing, creating, disseminating and monitoring innovative Open Source systems and components in TETRA context for different applications such as emergemcy situation management, environment monitoring, logistics and transports, utilities and services citizen-oriented.


MC3-Care Project

MC3-Care is proposed as a forum in which to analyze organizational processes and new scenarios of interaction between citizens, health care institutions and many others involved in delivering health services. The citizen becomes the focal point of the new health ecosystem and collaborates and shares information with not only health professionals but also with other citizens.


SiMob Project

SiMob aims at carrying out a technological study and test required to develop an integrated mobility services for people. The realization of a Network of Excellence for info-mobility services represents one of the general objective of the project. In particular the main research areas which are investigated are: integration, interoperability and applications


STEEL Project

STEEL aims at developing an e-learning system for university training, able to integrate different media and communication techniques based on an innovative technological satellite-terrestrial infrastructure.



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