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Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Push-2-Talk-Communication

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
M.Sc. Mehdi Harounabadi
Zubair Shaik
see German site

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Cognitive Cellular Networks

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
M. Sc. Pershin Samadinia (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Recent developments in machine learning (ML) together with artificial intelligence (AI) in the perspective of self-organized network (SON) systems will enable (assist) cellular network operators to achieve their key performance indicator (KPI) targets through the complex management of the network and radio resources for existing and future technologies like UMTS, LTE, 5G and beyond.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Quadrocopter

Members:
M.Sc. Oleksandr Andryeyev
M. Sc. Victor Casas Melo
M.Sc. Mehdi Harounabadi
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
M. Sc. Alina Rubina

In the Quadrocopter project we develop the basics for the application of mobile airborne communication platforms. These mobile platforms are used within the International Graduate School on Mobile Communications of the university.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

fast wireless

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
M. Sc. Gebrehiwet Gebrekrstos Lema (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
M.Sc. Dariush M. Soleymani
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Elke Roth-Mandutz (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Zubair Shaik
M. Sc. Abubaker Matovu Waswa
Reliable real-time capable wireless communication technologies which allow a low latency of 1 ms in distributed control units with a very high number of users (sensors/actuators) per radio cell.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Homer Conferencing

Homer Conferencing (short: Homer) is a free SIP softphone with advanced audio and video support. The software is available for Windows, Linux and OS X. Homer was developed as tool for video conferences and as streaming platform. The basic functions of Homer are separated into 4 application areas: video conferencing, streaming, recording, screencasting.
More details can be found here: http://www.homer-conferencing.com.
Parts of the software were integrated into the "Forwarding on Gates" software FoGSiEm. They can be found as video plugins of FoGSiEm.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

KASYMOSA

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dipl.-Inf. Markus Brückner (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
M.Sc. Manuel Osdoba
The project "Ka-Band Systems for Mobile Satellite Communication" (KASYMOSA) researches novel technologies to apply Ka band satellites in disaster scenarios. The partners Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, TU Ilmenau, DLR Institute of Communications and Navigation and IABG set out to further enhance the technology developed in the MoSaKa project and provide a complete mobile ground terminal. The ICS group will research the necessary resource management algorithms and integrate them into the system parts provided by its partners. The focus of the work is on the management of complex resource structures over variable transmission channels.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Cognitive Radio Experimentation World (CREW) Project- Open Call Partner

Members:
Dr.-Ing. Mohamed Abdrabou Kalil (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
The project aims at reducing the sensing latency of a software implementation of a Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) based MAC protocol by integrating a dedicated spectrum sensing engine. The experiment benefits from two cognitive components from the CREW project: the Iris reconfigurable SDR developed at Trinity College Dublin and the IMEC sensing engine.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Cognitive Radio Networking Lab (Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung)

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
M.Sc. Oleksandr Andryeyev
Dr.-Ing. Oleksandr Artemenko (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
M.Sc. Mehdi Harounabadi
Dr.-Ing. Mohamed Abdrabou Kalil (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Ali Haider Mahdi (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
MS. CSE. Shah Nawaz Khan (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
The goal of the Cognitive Radio Networking Lab project is the practical realization of Cognitive Radio technology. The project is funded by Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

PRUNO

Project manager:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Members:
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
PRUNO: Prospects for Realizing User-centric Network Orchestration To overcome the current limitations of the Internet, several different approaches are existing which can be mainly distinguished into network-aware applications and application-aware networks. Bringing together both approaches, network-application interfaces are to be deployed to realize smart mediation of application data through the Internet. In this context, content mediation includes resource management as well as traffic management. For smart applications and services in the Internet, however, the application and the mediation network should directly communicate with each other and exchange information adequately, such that the end user experiences a good quality. To this end, Quality of Experience (QoE) of different applications is considered within the project. In particular, we consider A) streaming services like YouTube video streaming with high video quality playback demands and B) interactive services like social networks with high security and privacy demands. The main goal of the project is to investigate prospects for realizing user-centric network orchestration. The conceptual prospects may include network virtualization, service composition as well as the forwarding on gates approach. These architectural concepts dynamically react on user and application requirements. To achieve this goal, the following methodology is proposed. First, subjective user studies are required to develop appropriate QoE models taking into account the key QoE influence factors quantitatively. This allows deriving the user requirements based on the QoE model, which can be translated into certain application-specific requirements. Second, such detailed requirements need to be passed to the network stack, which is not possible with today’s APIs. Therefore, new application-mediation interfaces, providing the information needed by composition and forwarding services, have to be designed. As a result of this project, the different prospects for realizing this user-centric network orchestration are evaluated and compared qualitatively.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

GS Mobicom - International Graduate School on Mobile Communications

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dr.-Ing. Oleksandr Artemenko (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Christian Brosch (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Florian Evers (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Mohamed Abdrabou Kalil (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Ali Haider Mahdi (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Muhammad Naseer ul Islam (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
MS. CSE. Shah Nawaz Khan (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Andre Puschmann (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Tobias Simon (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
The Graduate School is focusing on “Self-organized Mobile Communication Systems for Disaster Scenarios.” The School addresses some of the most challenging research topics, the self-organization of radio systems and networks and the recovery of communication systems after disasters.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

G-Lab FoG

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)

Goal of the project "Forwarding on Gates" (FoG) is the practical realization of the by the "Integrated Systems group" from the TU Ilemanu developed approach for a Future Internet. The concept ought to replace the present Internet Protocol (IP) and prepare the global data network for the challenges of the upcoming future. The project ist part of the national project "German Lab" (G-Lab). The developed software of the project is available on GitHub as open-source.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

SIMON

Project manager:
Dipl.-Ing. René Böringer (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Members:
Dr.-Ing. Ali Diab (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Holger Kärst (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
This project aims to build and to maintain a simulation environment providing a wide range of research and teaching facilities in the area of telecommunication networks. It is manly based on the Network Simulator 2 (emulation) and on Linux-based devices (WLAN APs, WLAN phones, router, application server, management server).

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

MxRAN / IPonAir

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dipl.-Ing. René Böringer (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
BMBF project IPonAir, cooperation with Lucent Technologies, Nürnberg

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

ENERGy - Empowered NEtwoRk manaGement

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dipl.-Ing. René Böringer (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Erik Einhorn (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
M.Eng. Kinan Ghanem (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Mohamed Abdrabou Kalil (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Holger Kärst (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Jens Wildhagen (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
ENERGy project aims at improving existing and exploiting enabling technologies as response to the set of problems of network management automation. The objectives of ENERGy project are co-ordinated managing of heterogeneous network services and resources, simplifying networks management complexity, mastering the complexity of increasing network heterogeneity, automatical adaptation of all policy of the networks in order to improve the end-users services and cost conscious.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

MIFA

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dr.-Ing. Ali Diab (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
This project aims to develop solutions for mobility management in the future All-IP wireless network architectures.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

CARMA

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
This project investigates the UMTS system capacity based on the load of the wireless access network in association with the algorithms used for radio resource control (RRC). The UMTS simulator CARMA was developed by the our department with the support of Lucent Technologies. It allows the simulation of a wide variety of traffic scenarios, cost structures and RRC algorithms.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

COM Tool Box for TRIAS

Project manager:
Dr.-Ing. Florian Liers (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Members:
M.Eng. Kinan Ghanem (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
The Technische Universität Ilmenau (Ilmenau University of Technology) is working on a powerful tool box for planning and optimization of telecommunication networks. The COM tool box is fully integrated in TRIAS. Thus, the implemented functionality and algorithms could be used on demand and can be extended as needed.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

MPLS - Multiprotocol Label Switching

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dipl.-Ing. René Böringer (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Erik Einhorn (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)

The focus of this work is the analysis of packet forwarding with the help of the MPLS protocol. Special points of interest are on the one hand the autonomous configuration and on the other hand the automatic error handling within MPLS-based networks.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

MoSaKa - Mobile satellite communication in Ka band

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dipl.-Inf. Markus Brückner (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dipl.-Inf. Philipp Drieß (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Florian Evers (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)

In the context of the German space mission, we are working on the MoSaKa project coordinated by the Fraunhofer foundation. Our focus within the project funded by the German Ministry for Economics is on QoS and resource management of the overall system taking into account the specific attributes of the radio resources in the Ka band. In addition, we study different system architectures of the satellite system, i.e. compare centralized and decentralized control architectures, as well as issues related to mobility management.

Project of research topic 'Mobile Communications'

Home Control

Project manager:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Members:
Dipl.-Inf. Markus Brückner (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Volkert (ehemaliger Mitarbeiter)
  • 1. Einleitung
    Ziel ist die transparente Einbindung eines mobilen HomeZone-2.0-Nutzers in sein Heimatnetz, um ihm auch unterwegs einfachen Zugriff auf seine privaten Netzwerkdienste zu ermöglichen. Innerhalb des Systems können sich hierbei HomeZone-2.0- und normale Nutzer (ohne das Leistungsmerkmal HomeZone) eine Infrastruktur teilen. Das System ist dafür zuständig, jedem Nutzer die gebuchten Dienstmerkmale zur Verfügung zu stellen und die einzelnen Clients gegeneinander abzuschirmen.
  • 2. Anforderungen
    Aus der gewünschten Funktionalität der HomeZone 2.0 ergeben sich technische Anforderungen, auf die im folgenden näher eingegangen werden soll.
    • 2.1 Transparente Einbindung in das Heimatnetz
      Die Verbindung eines Nutzers mit seinem Heimatnetz soll für ihn völlig transparent erfolgen. Insbesondere soll ein Wechsel zwischen zwei CAPs nicht zum Abreißen bestehender TCP-Verbindungen führen. Da von einem Durchschnittsnutzer kein technisches Verständnis für die Struktur des Systems erwartet werden kann, werden abreißende Verbindungen – im Speziellen abbrechende Downloads, Instant-Messaging-Verbindungen etc. – als erhebliche Einschränkung der Servicequalität wahrgenommen.
    • 2.2 Transparenter Wechsel zwischen verschiedenen CAPs
      Der Wechsel zwischen zwei CAPs soll ohne Nutzereingriff stattfinden. Des Weiteren soll der Handover für den Nutzer transparent erfolgen. Wäre das System auf die Interaktion des Nutzers angewiesen, so käme es bei jedem Wechsel zu einer Unterbrechung im Arbeitsfluss des Nutzers. Bedingt durch die kleine Zellengröße in WLAN-Basis und den daraus resultierenden häufigen Zellenwechseln wäre für einen beweglichen Nutzer keine vernünftige Arbeit mehr möglich.

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