"EuWIn@Eurecom in Sophia-Antipolis, France"

Nice, France


EURECOM’s research activity traditionally focuses on 3 domains which have led to the creation of three research departments: Networking & Security, Multimedia Communications, and Mobile Communications. The Mobile Communications Department has its focus on digital signal processing for mobile communications, information theory, 4th generation and clean-slate cellular radio systems, wireless protocols, mobile ad hoc networks, software radios, and SW and HW prototyping. In addition to fundamental research, the department has strong expertise in open-architecture multi-way real-time radio platforms (www.openairinterface.org) for use in publicly-funded research projects aiming at demonstrating innovations at all protocols layers (RF to applications).  The latter is provided to EuWIN for use within the network and afterwards. The OpenAirInterface.org  (OAI) development and facilitiesprimarily target cellular technologies (LTE/LTE-Advanced and beyond) and rapidly-deployable mesh/ad-hoc networks. The platform comprises both hardware and software components and can be used for simulation/emulation as well as real-time experimentation. It comprises the entire protocol stack from the physical to the networking layer. The objective of this platform is to provide methods for protocol validation, performance evaluation and pre-deployment system test.


This laboratory is supported by the European Commission in the framework of the FP7 Network of Excellence in Wireless COMmunications NEWCOM# (Grant agreement no. 318306).

7 Framework Programme

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