Disruptive RF Transceivers for Full Duplex 6G Communications


This thesis is an opportunity to participate in the development of future telecommunications systems in the 10-15 GHz band, in partnership with the best research centers in Europe working on the subject. Over the past 20 years, wireless communications systems have continued to evolve and offer new services. Today, such is their success that frequency bands below 10 GHz are saturated, and the focus is now on higher frequencies. To maintain sufficient range, beamforming is needed to compensate for the higher attenuation associated with propagation. Beamforming architectures are often costly in terms of power consumption and generate losses when implementing phase shifters, but they are also a tremendous opportunity for innovation. What's more, the development of 6G can only be achieved by significantly reducing base station power consumption and adding new functionalities such as full duplex (using the same band to receive and transmit simultaneously). To achieve these ambitious goals, new architectures need to be developed, and this is the aim of the European project that brings together Ericsson (Sweden), ETH Zurich (Switzerland), the University of Twente (Netherlands) and CTTC (Spain). The candidate will therefore be working in an ambitious context with partners of excellence.

Master 2 - Diplome dapos;ingénieur


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