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The research group of Communication Electronics aims at innovative technologies to deal with future electronic systems of high frequency and high data rate. Research activities include (1) high-speed wireless data transmission techniques for data rates above Gbit/s, (2) radio frequency (RF) design of broadband and multiband communication systems above GHz, and (3) low power and modular solutions for wireless sensor networks towards Internet of Things.


Please have a look of our newly developed IOT (Internet of Things) technology with cloud service from the research project "Smart City with IOT", which is based on our earlier work on the CultureBee system for wireless monitoring and control.


2017-06-22 Dr. Magnus Karlsson has received a grant of 40000 SEK from the "Verifiering för Nyttiggörande" program at LiU. Congratulations!


2017-06-01 Yu Liu has been employed as a postgraduate student to work for the project "Cloud-based IoT for green technologies". Welcome!


2017-05-03 Dr. Magnus Karlsson has received a grant of 1300000 SEK from the Norrköping Fond for Research and Development, for a collaborative project with local companies. Great congratulations to him!


2017-04-10 The Swedish Electronics Magazine ELEKTRONIKTIDNINGEN has published a technical paper: Six-port modulation written by Shaofang Gong and Magnus Karlsson.


2017-03-01 Dr. Robert Malmqvist at FOI in Linköping has joined us as an adj. Senior Lecturer (25%). Welcome!


2017-01-10 We have received a grant of 1 000 000 SEK from "Naturvådsverket", see the report by Swedish Television Local News (SVT-Öst) .


2016-09-12 A master student, Niklas Wigertz Danielsson, within the Electronics Design program has been awarded the SKAPA Future Innovator prize in Östergötland, together with his co-workers. Niklas has been involved in our research projects before as a summer worker and a diploma worker.


2016-09-1 "University education in electronics needs a new thinking", see the article written by Prof. Shaofang Gong for Elektroniktidningen.


2016-05-12 Norrköping municipality has granted us 700 000 SEK for a new project via Norrköping Fond for research and development.



Elektroniktidningen has written an article about our EMC-lab


2016-03-22 Thanks to Magnus Karlsson and Gustav Knutsson for the great success of the EMC-lab opening ceremony, and to Michael Hörnquist for his constant support!


2016-02-01 The opening ceremony of the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) test laboratory has been scheduled on the 18th of March.



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