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Wideband mmW receiver architectures based on innovative modulation schemes

Communication networks, IOT, radiofrequencies and antennas Electronics and microelectronics - Optoelectronics Engineering sciences Technological challenges


Existing telecommunication and data communication networks are

evolving towards extremely high capacity and data-rate connections that

will require innovative transceiver architectures. For wireless data links,

beyond 5G and 6G and systems will be required in the next 5 to 10 years

able to provide 100Gb/s or higher data rates by efficiently using the wide

spectrum available at millimeter-wave (mmW) or sub-THz frequencies.

Traditional transceiver architecture that have been used in the past may

result too power consuming or simply not performant enough to respond

to this challenge.

The LETI research institute has been conducting research during the lasts

year in the field of innovative modulations schemes and transceiver

architectures trying to respond to the above-mentioned high data-rate in

wireless environments considering the limitation imposed by existing

electronic devices required to build the transceivers. This thesis subject

will explore the practical implementation of circuits based on innovative

modulation schemes and architectures for high-speed, large-bandwidth,

imperfection resilient mmW receivers for beyond 5G and 6G

telecommunication applications and other high data-rate wireless

communications applications.


Département Systèmes (LETI)
Service Technologies Sans Fils
Laboratoire Architectures Intégrées Radiofréquences
Université Grenoble Alpes
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