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Antennas, propagation and millimetre-wave system

The section conducts research on forms of wireless communication in three areas: design of circuits to process signals, design of antennas to transfer signals, and studies of how signals change in the radio environment.

Research group

Antennas, propagation and millimetre-wave system

The section conducts research on forms of wireless communication in three areas: design of circuits to process signals, design of antennas to transfer signals, and studies of how signals change in the radio environment.

Research  

APMS implements electronic circuits to convey and reconstruct signals, and studies performance of antennas in compact devices in realistic use. APMS characterizes and models radio propagation in different indoor and outdoor scenarios.

Key results 

Examples include:

  • Sensor technology on wind turbine blades to reduce the cost of wind energy
  • Antenna systems for compact satellites which enable global satellite communications
  • Mobile phone requirements and testing for 5G and beyond
  • Investigation of EM Exposure in firefighters

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Collaboration  

APMS has strong collaborations with leading companies and top universities in wireless communications, e.g. 5G and satellite communications.

External partners 

Nordic Council of Ministers, Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen), Danish military, Commission for Communications Regulation, Ireland, European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST), Sony Mobile, Intel Mobile, Keysight/Agilent, LM Wind Power, Huawei, Gomspace, NTT DoCoMo, Telenor, Bang & Olufsen, Motorola, WiSpry / AAC Technologies, Schmid & Partner Engineering AG, Pridana, Volvo Cars, Vestas, Aalborg University Hospital, Beihang University, BUPT, Lund University, Oulu University, UESTC, Chinese Academy of Science. 

Key projects 

Irotor 

New wireless sensor technology on wind turbine blades will enable design of long, lightweight blades that serve to reduce energy costs.

Range 

An innovative solution to create the necessary systems, hardware and antenna technologies that are applicable to 5th generation mobile terminals.

Contact

Sektion head
Gert Frølund Pedersen, Professor
Contact information
+45 9940 8660
gfp@es.aau.dk
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