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COST289 Spectrum and Power Efficient Broadband Communications PROGRESS REPORT Period: 1 July 200 5 to 30 June 200 6 Web site: Chair: Prof. Dr. Mehmet Şafak, Hacettepe Un., Turkey COST-ICT Annual Review Meeting (ARM) , 21-22 November 200 6 , Helsinki.

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Spectrum and Power Efficient Broadband Communications


Period:1 July 2005 to 30 June 2006

Web site:

Chair:Prof. Dr. Mehmet Şafak, Hacettepe Un., Turkey

COST-ICT Annual Review Meeting (ARM), 21-22November 2006, Helsinki

  • Start date: 23 April 2003

End date: 22 April 2007

  • Signatories: 19

Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, Malta

  • Participating Organizations: 30
management committee meetings
Management Committee Meetings
  • 1. MCM:24 March 2003, Brussels, Belgium
  • 2. MCM: 3-4 July 2003, Hamburg, Germany
  • 3.MCM: 30-31 October 2003, Kosice, Slovakia
  • 4. MCM: 25-16 March 2004, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 5. MCM & 1.Workshop: 7-9 July 2004, Budapest, Hungary
  • 6. MCM: 28-29 October 2004, Barcelona, Spain
  • 7. MCM: 6-8 March 2005, Munich, Germany
management committee meetings1
Management Committee Meetings
  • 8. MCM & 2. Workshop: 6-8 July 2005, Antalya, Turkey
  • 9. MCM: 3-4 November 2005, Madrid, Spain
  • 10. MCM: 23-24 March 2006, Novi Sad, Serbia
  • 11.MCM & 3. Workshop: 12-14 July 2006, Aveiro, Portugal
  • 12. MCM: 30-31 October 2006, Florence, Italy
  • 13. MCM & 4. Workshop: 11-13 April 2007, Gothenburg, Sweden
project groups
Project Groups
  • Wide Area Coverage with High Mobility Access Systems for 4G
    • Centralized systems with high mobility, lower data rates and wider coverage areas
  • Pervasive Wireless Access for 4G
    • Decentralized systems with low mobility, higher data rates and restricted coverage areas
  • Software Defined Radio (SDR)
    • Bridges the two projects horizontally
wide area coverage for 4g
Wide Area Coverage for 4G
  • Coordinator: Prof. Arne Svensson (Chalmers University of Technology)
  • Intense research efforts are currently ongoing towards the definition of physical layers for 4G systems.
  • For the downlink, there are several proposals based on
    • OFDM transmission techniques, and
    • the combination of OFDM and CDMA
wide area coverage for 4g1
Wide Area Coverage for 4G
  • The typical parameters for the downlink include
    • Available downlink bandwidth is 100 MHz
    • Carrier frequency around 5 GHz
    • Maximum speed is 250 km/h
  • The downlink design is simpler than the uplink design, since it is all about multiplexing within each cell.
wide area coverage for 4g2
Wide Area Coverage for 4G
  • In the uplink, the situation is more complicated:
    • A combination of multiplexing and multiple access takes place in each terminal when more than one service is transmitted at the same time.
  • The uplink is normally asynchronous and oscillators in different terminals are not synchronized
    • It may be more difficult to use OFDM in the uplink due to its sensitivity to frequency synchronization errors.
wide area coverage for 4g3
Wide Area Coverage for 4G
  • Typical uplink parameters
    • Wide area coverage (cell of similar size as 3G)
    • High mobility < 250 km/h
    • Carrier frequency around 5 GHz
    • Available uplink bandwidth 40 MHz
    • ITU requires 100 Mbps
    • Multiple cell system
    • UMTS channel models
pervasive wireless access for 4g
Pervasive Wireless Access for 4G
  • Coordinator: Prof. Armin Wittneben, ETH Zurich
  • Pervasive wireless access networks imply next generation WLANs that will provide ubiquitous connectivity
    • for a variety of heterogeneous nodes, e.g., RFID tags for object identification, sensors and computers
  • Data rate requirements :1 Mbps - 1 Gbps
  • High node density and low node mobility is foreseen
applications of pervasive wireless
Applications of Pervasive Wireless

intelligent home

ambient intelligence


wearable computing







access control

supply chain management






instant messaging

enterprise communication

information exchange

pervasive computing

virtual reality

health care

home care

pervasive wireless access for 4g1
Pervasive Wireless Access for 4G
  • Pervasive wireless access networks will exploit
    • Cooperative signalling
    • adaptive modulation and spatial multiplexing (MIMO) for scalability and spectral efficiency
    • adaptive scheduling to meet heterogeneous QoS requirements
    • cooperative multiple access
    • Multihop / multinode forwarding
software defined radio
Software Defined Radio
  • Coordinator:Prof. Sandor Imre, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Inter-system roaming and handover (e.g. due to traveling or multiple coverage) would require implementation of many different standards in a single radio terminal/base station.
  • Reconfigurable equipment with universal hardware and downloaded software can solve the problem efficiently.
  • Easier and cost-efficient system upgrades.
  • Efficient design of reconfigurable radios.
software defined radio1
Software Defined Radio
  • The efforts are focused in
    • the physical layer organization (DSP-type or INTEL-type philosophies)
    • downloadingand reconfiguration algorithms and protocols
    • Specific hardware architectures that allows, e.g.,
      • reconfiguration with a minimum power consumption penalty
      • dynamic adaptation to the variations in user traffic
invited lectures tutorials
Invited Lectures/Tutorials
  • Dr. Hiroyuki Atarashi, DoCoMo, Japan

Broadband Packet Wireless Access and its Field Experiments

  • Prof. Lajos Hanzo, University of Southampton, UK

Recital on Multicarrier Communications: Space-Time Coded Versus Adaptive OFDM/MC-CDMA

  • Dr. Simone Morosi, University of Florence, Italy, NoE NEXWAY

Reconfigurable Antennas for Future Wireless Communications

invited lectures tutorials1
Invited Lectures/Tutorials
  • Dr. Stefan Kaiser, DLR, Germany

Overview on MC-CDMA

  • Prof. Mikael Sternad, Uppsala University, NoE WINNER, Sweden

The WINNER beyond 3G air-interface

  • Dr. P. Fazekas, BUTE, NoE NEWCOM, Hungary

NoEin Wireless COMmunication (NEWCOM):

Structure, aim and achievements

invited lectures tutorials2
Invited Lectures/Tutorials
  • Dr. Alvaro Alvarez Vazquez, ACORDE, Spain

Ultrawideband Communications: State-of-the-art and Research Issues

  • Prof. Miroslav Lutovac and Prof. Dejan Tosic, School of Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia

Software for Algebraic, Symbolic and Numerical Processing in Communication Systems

  • Dr.Vesna Crnojevic-Bengin, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Metamaterials- Concepts and Applications

invited lectures tutorials3
Invited Lectures/Tutorials
  • Prof. Ramjee Prasad, Aalborg University, Denmark

System and Service Aspects of Personal Networks Beyond 3G

  • Dr. Jorge Fereira, EU

Challenges in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Networking Everone and Everything- The Shock of Two Cultures

  • Prof. Hikmet Sarı, SUPELEC, France

Multiple Access Techniques for the Uplink in Future Wireless Communication Systems

invited lectures tutorials4
Invited Lectures/Tutorials
  • Prof. Mehmet Şafak, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Digital Video Broadcasting-An Overview

  • Prof. Joan Lluis Pijoan, Ramon Llull University, Spain

On OFDM Systems with low Sensitivity to Nonlinear Amplification

  • Dr. Roberto Verdone, COST2100, University Bologna, Italy

COST2100-Pervasive Mobile and Ambient Wireless Communications

invited lectures tutorials5
Invited Lectures/Tutorials
  • Dr. Daniele Tarchi, University of Florence, Italy

IEEE 802.16 based Mesh Networks: The WOMEN Project

  • Dr. Francesco Chiti, Un. of Florence, Prof. Ana Garcia Armada, Un. of Carlos III of Madrid, and Prof. Atilio Gameiro, Un. of Aveiro

Integrating Research and Practice in Wireless Sensor Networks: The Experience of European NoE CRUISE.

dissemination plan
Dissemination Plan
  • Four workshops will be organised
  • An e-mail network is established
  • The web site of the Action is used
    • for communication within the Action
    • to convey aims and objectives to scientific community
    • to disseminate the results and developments
    • to advertise important activities
    • for accessing the publications of the Action members
final report
Final Report
  • Final report will consist of
    • Cumulative Progress Report
    • Proceedings of the 4 COST289 Workshops
    • Special Issue of Wireless Personal Communications, Springer Netherlands Journal
  • 10-12 papers selected among the papers presented during the last Workshop in Gothenburg, 11-12 April 2007, will be published in a special issue of the journal
    • Wireless Personal Communications, Chief editor: Prof. Ramjee Prasad, Aalborg University Publisher: Springer Netherlands