Electrical and Information Technology

Faculty of Engineering LTH | Lund University

Ove Edfors



Project name Funding org
Massive MIMO system aspects from a terminal perspective, 2015-01-01 - 2018-12-31
Massive MIMO (MM) technology is emerging as one of the major candidates for increasing efficiency of future wireless communications - both spectral and energy efficiencies. Recent predictions show that energy efficiency can be increased by several orders of magnitude and spectral efficiency by at least one order of magnitude, under reasonable assumptions on system configurations. Predictions like these have opened up a frenetic research activity in the field. Despite great efforts spent on investigating how efficient MM systems should be designed, the terminal perspective is almost entirely neglected. One reason for this is that most of the new concepts relate directly to the base station and only indirectly to the terminal devices. The terminal designs will, however, to a large extent influence how the MM systems of the future perform. Terminal design considerations will influence the entire systems, all the way from how well different MM transmission techniques perform under real conditions to how transmission protocols are designed. This project investigates influence of terminal devices on MM system performance, and how they should be designed to optimize system efficiency. The investigation spans the entire gamut from designing terminal prototypes to developing design methodologies. This is done by combining practical measurements and experimental studies in a MM testbed with more theoretical simulations and system optimizations.
VINNOVA Industrial Excellence Center - System Design on Silicon, 2008-01-01 - 2017-12-31
The Industrial Excellence Center in System Design on Silicon (SoS) covers four areas of circuits design: RF/analog, mixed-signal, digital, and emerging technologies. SoS is also part of a larger research environment, combining basic, applied, and industry related research projects. Additionally, SoS has a strong connection to other research areas at Lund University, e.g. radio systems, information theory, electromagnetic theory, signal processing, and solid-state physics. SoS has been active since 2008, and has continuously strengthened its profile as a well-known research center through both academic production and technology transfer. Research projects are planned with the industrial partners, and new ideas are continuously conceived, exchanged, and evolved. SoS is established as an internationally recognized research environment and the results of the research are represented in the most prestigious conferences and journals in the field e.g. ESSCIRC, ISSCC and JSSC.


Project name Funding org
Coding, Modulation, Data Security and their Implementation, 2006-01-01 - 2012-12-31
DARE -- Digitally-Assisted Radio Evolution, 2011-03-01 - 2016-03-31
Digitally-Assisted Radio Evolution – DARE targets 4G/5G communications, implementing the key blocks of a radio transceiver in a commercial nm CMOS process. The full power of digital signal processing is deployed to control and adapt the performance of the analog/RF blocks, improving the trade-off between performance and power consumption.
DISTRANT. Distributed antenna systems for efficient wireless systems., 2010-02-08 - 2016-06-30
The goal of this project is to explore the viability of distributed antenna systems as a part of the next generation of wireless communications systems.
Lågkomplex beräkning av linjära förkodare för mycket stora MIMO system, 2012-01-01 - 2014-12-31
MAMMOET, MAssive MiMO for Efficient Transmission, 2014-01-01 - 2016-12-31
Massive MIMO (MaMi) use several hundreds of base station antennas that operate phase-coherently together, simultaneously serving many tens of low-complexity single-antenna terminals in the same time-frequency resource. MAMMOET will demonstrate that MaMi can increase both data rates and the overall spectral efficiency by up to ten times, while decreasing the transmitted radiofrequency (RF) power by many orders of magnitude. The Massive MIMO Testbed LuMaMi is up and running in EIT labs.
EU (FP7)
Mobile Wireless Access to Fixed Networks, 2000-01-01 - 2008-12-31
My Personal Adaptive Global NET and Beyond, 2006-01-01 - 2008-06-30
MAGNET Beyond is a worldwide R&D project within Mobile and Wireless Systems and Platforms Beyond 3G.
EU (FP6)
Power Aware Communications for Wireless OptiMised personal Area Networks, 2002-01-01 - 2005-12-31
PACWOMAN is aiming at developing enabling technologies for Personal Area Networks.
EU (FP5)
Scalable Multi-tasking Baseband for Mobile Communications, 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-31
EU (FP7)
Using WLANs for indoor surveillance, 2006-01-01 - 2007-12-31
WIreless interference-Limited high-throughput Access Technologies and applicatIons, 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-31