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Mobile Communications Research Group has a large number of research projects funded by European Union, UK EPSRC, and many world-leading industrials. Our research team is partially involved in the following projects.



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4MORE (2004-2006) is partly supported by European Union under the FP6 framework. The objective of this project is to complement worldwide research results and advance one step towards implementation though the design of a System on Chip (SoC) for a 4G terminal employing multiple antennas and based on MC-CDMA techniques. 4MORE objectives are research, development, integration, and validation of a cost effective, low power System on Chip (SoC) solution for multi-antenna MC-CDMA mobile terminals, based on joint optimisation of L1 and L2 functions (find more information in


WINNER-II (2005-2007) is partly supported by European Union under the FP6 framework. Many future services will require higher data rates and, therefore, higher bandwidth in order to provide suitable user satisfaction. For this reason, new and more efficient radio access technologies will be needed. In addition, there is an ongoing paradigm shift driven by the user who expects ubiquitous communication providing higher performance at a suitable cost-benefit-ratio without having to take care of the underlying technology (find more information in


MVCE Core4 Efficiency Programme (2005-2008) is partly supported by world-leading telecommunication industrials and EPSRC. The overall programme objective is the innovation of concepts, approaches & technology that our Industrial Members can draw upon, individually or jointly, to facilitate new products, services & applications, to generate added value for their companies (find more information in


WHERE (2008-2010) is partly supported by European Union under the FP7 framework. The main objective of WHERE is to combine wireless communications and navigation for the benefit of the ubiquitous access for a future mobile radio system. The impact will be manifold, such as real time localization knowledge in B3G/4G systems that allow them to increase efficiency. Satellite navigation systems will be supplemented with techniques that improve accuracy and availability of position information (find more information in