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Communication Technologies Research at the NPL

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Mobile communication is an essential part of modern life and is an essential tool for wealth creation, illustrated by a demand-led compound data growth rate of 40% per year. The rapid growth of the wireless communications market coupled with the desired to make optimum use of the limited available spectrum is driving research into development of novel antenna, materials and wireless communication technologies. The advancement in these areas enable new applications been constantly developed where complex performance are often required. It is important to have a good understanding of the communication systems as these ultimately affect the coverage and reliability of the network radio links. This talk presents some research highlights in communication technologies carried out at the UK National Physical Laboratory (NPL). This includes electrically small antennas, smart antenna, wireless sensor networks, body-worn antennas, metamaterials, multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO), 5G communications, etc. This talk will cover also an overview of NPL as well as research and development for electromagnetic technologies and measurements at NPL .

This talk is part of the Wednesday Seminars - Department of Computer Science and Technology series.

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