Mobile Communications Lab:

The Mobile Communications Laboratory aims to advance the state-of-art in wireless, mobile and communication technologies.
It provides necessary modules to conduct research and training for future mobile communications

  • Wireless communication using Software Defined Radios (SDRs)
  • SDRs by National Instruments, Ettus, LimeRadio and BladeRF
  • Complete End-to-End LTE/5G infrastructure based on open source solutions
  • OpenRAN infrastructure with different Radio Access Network (RAN) solutions provided by Open Networking Foundation (ONF)
    • RAN-Simulators
    • Virtual-RAN (vRAN) including CUs (Central Units), DUs (Distributed Units) and Rus (Radio Units)
    • Using SDRs for RAN
    • Machine learning based xApps to run on RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC)
  • LTE based infrastructure for Mission Critical Push to Talk Communication (MCPTT). Components include
    • Core Network with support for IMS and PCRF
    • MCPTT Application Server
    • CRLT2.0 as MCPTT Mobile Terminal provided by Funkwerk
    • Autonomous device-to-device (D2D) communication
  • Protocol development for Cognitive Radio using SDRs