The research in the Radio Systems group covers a wide range including designing the physical layer (PHY) for wireless communication systems, radar systems, signal processing algorithms, radio propagation and channel modeling, and antenna design. In addition to the theoretical components, we are interested in practical aspects. That is why implementation of signal processing algorithms, prototyping communication systems using Software Defined Radios (SDRs), building and testing the designed antennas and practical channel measurements are also integral part of the research work in our group. We try to give (at least) a touch of practical experience wherever possible.
The specialization Radio Systems is directly linked to the research group Radio Systems within the Electrical Engineering department and the Digital Society Institute. This means you will have excellent peer guidance and will be working on the newest challenges.
Study load (EC)
Mobile Radio Communication
Perspectives on Engineering Design
Philosophy of Engineering: Ethics
Wireless Communication Systems
Advanced Multiple Antenna Radio Systems