Projekte - Abgeschlossen

WINNER



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Wireless World Initiative New Radio

Mobile and wireless communication has seen a tremendous growth in the last years. According to the ITU, the number of mobile subscribers worldwide has increased from 215 million in 1997 to more than 1000 million today.

Many future services will require higher data rates and, therefore, higher bandwidth in order to provide suitable user satisfaction. For this reason, new and more efficient radio access technologies will be needed. In addition, there is an ongoing paradigm shift driven by the user who expects ubiquitous communication providing higher performance at a suitable cost-benefit-ratio without having to take care of the underlying technology.

Main Objectives

  • Identification and analyzation of challenging user and usage scenarios to derive requirements for the WINNER radio interface.
  • Definition of radio interface technologies needed for a ubiquitous radio system concept.
  • Definition of radio network topologies and deployment concepts for the provision of a ubiquitous coverage area.
  • Definition of radio level co-operation mechanisms between different Radio Access Networks (RANs).
  • Definition of a single ubiquitous radio access system concept, scalable and adaptable to different short range and wide area scenarios.
  • Investigation of the propagation conditions and to develop related radio channel models.
  • Development of methods for efficient and flexible spectrum use and spectrum sharing.
  • Contribution to the development of spectrum demand estimation methods in preparation for the World Radio Communication Conference (WRC) 2007.

Funded by

The 6. EU's Framework Programme for Research and Development


Project Website

https://www.ist-winner.org

Partners

Germany
Denmark
Germany
Canada
Spain
Sweden
PR China
Germany
Germany
Finland
Sweden
Germany
Germany
France
United Kingdom
Finland
Switzerland
Sweden
United Kingdom
France
Greece
Finland
United Kingdom
Portugal
Poland
Germany
United Kingdom
Italy
Switzerland
Finland
Germany
Germany
Spain
Finland
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Austria
  • Nokia (China) Investment Co., Ltd., Beijing
PR China

Contact
Dr.-Ing. Armin Dammann
German Aerospace Center

Institute of Communications and Navigation
, Communications Systems
Tel: +49 8153 28-2871

Fax: +49 8153 28-1871

E-Mail: Armin.Dammann@dlr.de
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