Mobile communications and waves

Tasks and objectives

Mobile communications and the Internet merge together more and more and establish new applications and services. Important basic technologies for this are Java, XML as well as the Android software platform. In research projects we explore the possibilities and limits as well as  new fields of application.

E-learning facilitates self-motivated learning that is independent of time and location - ideal conditions for best learning success. We analyse technologies for high quality interactive and mobile application (mobile leraning).

Head of Laboratory

Prof. Dr. Andreas Christ

Laboratory Assistant

  • Reinhard Echle (M.Eng.)

Hardware

 Workstations

  • 4 x Fujitsu Desktop PC’s
  • 1 x Dell Optiplex Desktop PC‘s

 Server

  • 1 x Supermicro ( Xeon(R) E5-2623 v3)
  • 2 x Virtuelle Server

Software

  • Operatin systems: Windows 10, Linux
  • IntelliJ, Eclipse

Current projects

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  • E-learning environment iSign (Internet based Simulation of Guided Wave Propagation)
  • Research on system architecture for device independent applications for 3D imaging and virtual reality
  • Hybrid software architectures for mixed fixed / mobile communication networks for decentral distributed small-scale energy systems

Offered theses

On request.
 

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