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Future Communications

Overview

European manufacturers of telecommunications equipment, telecom operators, and regulators face ever-increasing customer demands in terms of higher data rates and energy consumption. Higher data rates translate to energy consumption as well as higher frequencies for amplifiers, integrated circuits, and printed circuit boards (PCBs)… (read more)

Need

Industry is one of the pillars of the European economy – the manufacturing sector in the EU accounts for 2 million enterprises, 33 million jobs and 60 % of productivity growth. Digitising European industry is one of the key strategies of the European Commission (EC) and communications technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5th generation (5G), play a very important role in this… (read more)

Objectives

The project will concentrate on the issues currently faced by the industry for future communications applications and its overall goal is to evaluate active circuits, PCBs, signal- and power-integrity in FPGAs and PIM and to investigate the effects of different temperatures and humidities corresponding to real-world environmental operating conditions… (read more)

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National Metrology Institutes and Designated Institutes
Academic Research Institutes
Industrial Partners

Latest news

Research Mobility Grant completed by Osman Sibonjic at NPL

Osman Sibonjic from the Institute of Metrology of Bosnia and Herzegovina (IMBIH) has successfully completed a 3 months Research Mobility Grant (RMG) programme under the framework of the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR) as part of the project “RF measurements for future communications applications – 20IND03 FutureCom“. Osman was at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), UK from 19th April 2022 to 15th July 2022