Photonics Platform to Transform Mobile Fronthaul Infrastructure
Future wireless systems of mobile networks and defence platforms will need to offer high-speed, low-delay, reliable connectivity and high bandwidth. With the explosive growth of wireless systems, this creates significant challenges in fronthaul - the link connecting antennas with the signal processors and core network. This project
aims to design and develop an innovative fronthaul for wireless systems based on a dynamically reconfigurable, software-defined photonic platform capable of meeting diverse requirements. The outcomes of this project will help build a scalable fronthaul solution to overcome fundamental challenges and realise cost-effective pathways for transforming how future wireless networks and defence platforms are realised.
- University of Melbourne (Academic, Australia)
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- Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project Funding and Discovery International Award (DIA) (Public, Australia)