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Wireless Systems and Applications - Selected Projects

The research programs are realized by dint of the following project portfolio, which is regulary updated according to the content requirements as well as opportunities for co-operations and external founding. Industry and grant projects are acquired in such a manner as to serve the strategic goals of the IHP.

Wireless Broadband Communications


5th Generation End-to-end Network, Experimentation, System Integration, and Showcasing


5G Programmable Infrastructure Converging disaggregated network and compUte Resources


Dynamically Reconfigurable Optical-Wireless Backhaul/Fronthaul with Cognitive Control Plane for Small Cells and Cloud-RANs


Professional Wireless Industrial LAN


Wireless safe real time communication for Automation, Production and Logistics in the Industry

Sensor Networks and Middleware Platforms


Reliability for highly sensible long living complex distributed Applications


Balancing energy production and consumption in energy efficient smart neighbourhoods


Analysis, modelling and sensing of both physiological and environmental factors for the customized and predictive self-management of Asthma


Probabilistic Methods for Communication Networks with Mobile Relays

Design & Test Methodology


Research to make designs testable


DIgital beam Forming For low-cost multi-static spacE-boRnEsyNtheticaperTure radars


Development of a Rad-Hard Mixed-Signal Library for Commercialization of Space Qualified ICs


Modular Processor Library


Space Ethernet PHYsical Layer

DFG Priority Program SPP 1655/0 „Wireless 100 Gb/s and beyond“

Wireless Ultra High Data Rate Communication for Mobile Internet Access

The subproject SPP1655 Coordination is performed by IHP.

IHP supports 3 other subprojects:


  • End2End100
  • maximumMIMO
  • Real100G.COM

Former Projects

Former projects are listed on a separate page, please follow the link:

The building and the infrastructure of the IHP were funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union, funds of the Federal Government and also funds of the Federal State of Brandenburg.