Wireless Systems

Our Wireless Systems group creates optimized solutions for future 6G systems. They identify today's connectivity's fundamental and practical performance limits and look for ways to advance them towards smart convergent connectivity.
Wireless systems research group banner. Wireless network over a city, concept art.

Contact information

Research group leader

  • Professor
    Ari Pouttu

Research group description

To tackle the complex connectivity, interoperability, and reliability requirements for future 6G systems, the group creates novel wireless connectivity solutions and concepts, especially in Optical Wireless Communications, (sub-)THz, wake-up radio, and wireless power transfer. They also integrate the results of other CWC research groups and enable their in-field validation with the 5GTN.

Our expertise

Key research areas

  • Cellular and non-G wireless technologies and their harmonization and integration within the 6G ecosystem
  • Connectivity and data management mechanisms and concepts, e.g., Smart Campus, micro-operator, and IoT data market
  • Machine-type connectivity in verticals, e.g. for smart city & industries with a focus on Low Power Wide Area and cellular IoT technologies
  • Ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) for automotive and robotic applications
  • Optical wireless communications
  • 5GTN / 6GTN

Key projects

Selected publications