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TU Dresden
Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications Systems
01062 Dresden

TU Dresden
Vodafone Chair Mobile Communications Systems
Helmholtzstr. 10
01069 Dresden

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Office complex Falkenbrunnen
Chemnitzer Str. 50
2nd floor,
01187 Dresden

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 Research at the Chair

Our research projects​ cover almost every aspect of wireless communications and as we strive to overcome the limitations of today’s algorithms and hardware, our members are actively involved in the design of next generation ​mobile communications systems. The past 16 years of experience have brought us efficient structures and powerful methodologies. In particular by researching physical layer systems in conjunction with hardware architectures, the Vodafone Chair is able to close the gap between baseband algorithms and hardware (RF and IC) implementation issues. Lead by strong motivation and with the support of powerful engineering tools, our highly qualified researchers are able to successfully contribute to the scientific community through award-winning publications and PhD theses​.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

 Latest Publications



  • G. Fettweis, M. Dörpinghaus, J. Castrillon, A. Kumar, C. Baier, K. Bock, F. Ellinger, A. Fery, F. Fitzek, H. Härtig, K. Jamshidi, T. Kissinger, W. Lehner, M. Mertig, W. Nagel, G. T. Nguyen, D. Plettemeier, M. Schroter and T. Strufe
  • Architecture and advanced electronics pathways towards highly adaptive energy-efficient computing

  • W. Anwar, A. Trassl, N. Franchi and G. Fettweis
  • On the Reliability of NR-V2X and IEEE 802.11bd

  • S. Szott, S. Kühlmorgen, V. Tervo, O. Adigun, M. Natkaniec and K. Kosek-Szott
  • Impact of Lossy Forwarding on MAC and Routing Design in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

 Latest PhD Theses



  • Xiaohang Song
  • Millimeter Wave Line-of-Sight Spatial Multiplexing: antenna Topology and Signal Processing

  • Hsiao-Lan Chiang
  • Millimeter Wave Hybrid Beamforming Based on Implicit CSI

  • Maximilian Matthé
  • MIMO Detection Algorithms for Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing