Communication Technology

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MMOUE

MMOUE is an optical data transmission system, which uses in addition to the wavelength division multiplexing a mode multiplexing in order to increase the transmission rate.

SUpDEq

Headphone-based binaural 3D audio gives us a realistic sound experience that can be enhanced even further by considering the head movements of the listener.

Wireless Data Bus Bridge

At the Aachen University of Applied Science, a method for the transmission of data in a bus system was presented, which enables wireless communication between the bus users with the aid of a transceiver.

Smart Adaptive Enhancer

A strong technological trend, particularly in robotics, in household appliance controls (smart home), and in the field of personal digital assistants, is voice control.

Power factor correction as communication interface

In today's - and more important - in the future electricity grid, there will be an increasing number of small energy feeders, so that grid regulation becomes more complex.

SkyrMem Skyrmion memoryr

Skyrmions are stable topological vortices in the magnetization. They can be created on surfaces of magnetic materials where they move through the materiallike a kind of hose.

OPoLiCom

Power Line Communication (PLC) is a data transmission technology, which plays an increasingly important role due to smart metering.

HISEC-GKM

Authorities and organzisations with security tasks (BOS) require wireless communication systems that guarantee a particularly high degree of reliability against unauthorized interception or even manipulation of transmitted data by third parties.

Plug’n’Control – Device Coupling in the Smart Grid

Plug’n’Control enables the cross-system coupling of devices with control systems in Smart Grids and Smart Homes.

dualMode-Radio

Most current radio transmission techniques use locally generated signals for the demodulation of the received signals. The electronic devices like synthesizers and local oscillators needed for the demodulation are expensive and require much space.