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Postal Address
Technische Universität Dresden
Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications Systems
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c.
Gerhard Fettweis
D-01062 Dresden

Visit Address
Barkhausenbuilding, (2nd floor)
Georg-Schumann-Str. 11
D-01187 Dresden

The Chair

 Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications Systems

 The Chair

The objective of the Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications Systems at the TU Dresden is to carry out leading-edge research which adds to the advancement of wireless communications technology, by working on industry relevant problems related to next generation wireless systems. Thorough fundamental research as well as close industry cooperation are key to the success of our projects.
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I thankfully appreciate the continuing significant support of my chair by Vodafone over 20 yea​rs. The success of the Vodafone Chair has carried the brand into the scientific community by adding to the advancement of wireless technology.

Gerhard Fettweis
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 Activities

Vittorio Colao – Vodafone Group CEO, Johan Wibergh – Vodafone Group CTO, Hannes Ammetsreiter – Vodafone Germany CEO, and further Vodafone executives from London and Dusseldorf followed Prof. Fettweis’ invitation to visit TU Dresden’s Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications Systems. The purpose of this full-day meeting was to enter into strategic discussion on current developments and future trends in mobile communications, and its implications for network operators.

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The Workshop on The Tactile Internet: Enabling Technologies and Applications will be a part of the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference in Doha, Qatar (3-6 April 2016).​

TU Dresden became member of 5G Public Private Partnership programme and joined international research project mmMAGIC - an international consortium, which will develop technologies to unlock spectrum above 6 GHz, including millimeter wave bands, for 5G’s massive mobile broadband.

News

Press News

Vodafone Executives met Vodafone Chair team in Dresden

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9.5.2016

Defense

Lattice-Reduction for Low-Complexity MIMO-GFDM Detection

by Thomas Zeun (graduate student)

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