Tyndall’s Dublin-based Wireless Communications Laboratory addresses the fundamental research challenges in future wireless communication systems, with focus both on the classical communication topics RF, Access, and Protocols, as well as cross domain topics on AI and Quantum research, which will gain increasing importance in the future.
The resulting innovations will enable ultra-flexible, ultra-fast, and ultra-reliable low latency communication for next generation IoT communications, Wi-Fi, 5G, 6G and beyond - helping industry partners to innovate and create high value start-ups with global impact.
The Wireless Communications Research Laboratory is headed up by industry thought leader and acclaimed scientist Prof. Holger Claussen, along with Dr Lester Ho and Dr Senad Bulja. All three are former researchers with the prestigious multi award-winning Nokia Bell Labs Ireland, where they created the foundations for many of Nokia’s next generation products and pioneered Small Cell Networks, now a $6.7bn/a market.
Wireless communications will be at the heart of the future economy, essential for many industries.
The Vision: To significantly improve wireless network capabilities.
The Mission: We will achieve significant wireless network improvements through specialisation and we will make this commercially feasible by creating a Hyper-flexible AI defined Network
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Automated Persistent Aerial Communication System
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Programme Manager, Wireless Communications Laboratory
Ph: +353 87 293 9619
E: michael.oshea (at) tyndall (dot) ie