RS newsletter for November 2022 is out!Read here
Our newsletter gives an overview of our recent activities and future plans. It also features some of our interesting ongoing research projects.
It is hard to point out any aspect of modern life which does not depend on radio systems. The rapid development of wireless communications has revolutionized our lives and our understanding of the world. With our educational and research activities in the RS group we contribute to wireless technology development in both academia and industry. You are most welcome to our homepage!
Antenna Design and Radio Propagation
Signal Processing for Communications
Localization and Sensing
Want to know more about RS?
- Look at RS Newsletter for our recent activities
- Lab tour session Feb 2021 (recorded video)
- To get to know our members you can take a look at our people's page
- Take a look at assignment page for available projects
You can make an online tour of our activities here. Or even better, you can just come to us to discuss our activities and possible collaboration opportunities over a cup of coffee. We are located on the third floor of the Carré building on the campus of the University of Twente.
NIAS-Lorentz Theme Group 2025
Call for applications
Dr. Paul Unterhuber gives an invited talk at our master course Wireless Propagation Channel
We are glad to have invited Dr. Paul Unterhuber to give us a talk in our master course Wireless Propagation Channel (to become 5G/6G Communication/Sensing Channels from 2023-2024 academic year). Dr. Unterhuber has discussed how radio propagation channels (and the properties and parameters) are essential for wireless communication, wireless sensing and device testing.
A record 10! papers from the RS group will be presented at EuCAP 2023 in Florence, Italy!
This year the Radio Systems group will be represented at European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) with 10 publications!
Rijksinspectie Digitale Infrastructuur donates measuring equipment to University of Twente
The Rijksinspectie Digitale Infrastructuur (RDI), previously known as Agentschap Telecom, is donating high-quality measurement equipment to the Radio Systems group at the University of Twente. It concerns equipment that the RDI uses to perform its monitoring task in the radio spectrum. In order to give the equipment a second life, it was decided to enter into cooperation with the University of Twente and use it for educational and training purposes.
Welcome to Junwei Bao!
Welcome to Junwei Bao, a visiting scholar from China.
Radio Talk- "Compact Folded Meander-Line Harmonic Tag Antenna for Insect Tracking" (by Arjun Kumar)
Radio Talk- "Cluster Association for 3D Environment Based on 60 GHz Indoor Channel Measurements" (by Yang Miao)
Radio Talk- "Impact of Inter-Cell Interference on Sum-Rate-Based Array Layout Design for Massive MIMO" (by Noud Kanters)