2 July 2012
Dr Robert Piechocki of the Communication Systems & Networks Group in the Centre for Communications Research (CCR) at the University of Bristol gave an invited IEEE Signal Processing Society Lecture to The Centre for Advanced Systems and Technologies in Communications (SYTACom) on the 20th June 2012.
4 May 2012
At the COST IC1004 meeting held in Lyon (3rd to 4th May 2012) a collaborative research activity under taken by members of the Communication Systems & Networks Group was presented to an international audience of industrialists and academics.
24 April 2012
Researchers from the Communication Systems & Networks (CSN) Group at the University of Bristol recently presented their work on radiowave propagation for Green Smart Environments at the Barcelona COST IC1004 Action meeting (Feb 2012). This forum addresses research issues in the field of cooperative radio communications to make our society cleaner, safer, and more energy efficient.
17 April 2012
Engineers from the University of Bristol have developed illuminating ‘magic wands’ that work by picking up radio signals from mobile devices. The wands, to be showcased on BBC’s Bang Goes the Theory [16 April], visualise how radio waves bounce around a city.
19 January 2012
Dr Dritan Kaleshi will be giving a IET Bristol Local Network lecture on the 6th February 2012 at 18:00hrs. In the lecture he discusses how the proposed UK Smart Metering system will support active energy management to help make the way we use energy become more efficient, and explore how the system might interact with a Smart Grid.
7 December 2011
5 December 2011
Researchers at the Centre for Communications Research are working on a new range of wireless and video technologies that will radically enhance future trips to the zoo.
5 December 2011
Researchers awarded funds by the University to further research in the field of Electrically Small Tuneable Antennas
10 October 2011
Toshiba’s Telecommunications Research Laboratory (TRL) in Bristol has announced the appointment of Professor Ian Craddock as Managing Director.
6 September 2011
The Cryo-egg project, a collaborative research project between the Centre for Communications Research, Mechanical Engineering, Geography and Earth Sciences, is developing a means of transmitting data from under the earth's ice sheets. As part of this project, Dr Ben Lishman and the University of Bristol team ran field experiments on the Greenland ice sheet during August 2011, looking at signal propagation from radio transmitters lowered into holes in the ice sheet.