IP developer Creonic has joined Airbus, Ericsson and Vodafone as a member of the 6GKom Industry Advisory Board. 6G KOM is the first research and development project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the development of D-band front-end modules and new baseband architectures as well as researching new localization concepts for 6G.
The 6GKOM project is researching ultra- broadband and miniaturized MIMO D-band front-end modules with integrated beamforming for 6G as well as new baseband architectures taking into account parasitic effects in D-band front-end modules.
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The project also aims to develop new methods and test environments for testing and analyzing D-band modules with regard to their suitability for mobile communication
The project also includes Siemens, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Nokia, Infineon and ADVA as well as LMU Munich, TU Dresden, TU Kaiserslautern, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, FAU and TU Berlin.
Creonic develops IP cores as turnkey solutions for communications systems and for complex algorithms in digital signal processing, including error correction such as LDPC and Turbo coding and Polar, synchronization and MIMO, covering 5G, 4G, DVB-S2X, DVB-RCS2, DOCSIS 3.1, WiFi, WiGig and UWB. The products can be used for ASIC and FPGA technologies
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