Smart Internet Lab
Terabit/second elastic optical transmitter
Booming Internet with twisted light
Measuring 3D antenna radiation in our anechoic chamber
The Smart Internet Lab at the University of Bristol is one of the UK's most renowned Information and Communications Technology (ICT) research centres which addresses grand societal and industrial challenges.
Our 200 experts on 5G radio/wireless, optical communications and networks challenge the complexity of tomorrow's world by fusing research expertise and innovation in a range of research areas such as: IoT, 5G & Beyond, Future Transport Networks, Smart Cities, Autonomous Networks, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Network, Convergence, Mobile Edge Computing and Network Softwarization.
Our unique offering across optical, wireless, IoT and cloud technologies enable us to bring together end-to-end network design and optimisation and impact regional, national and global ICT innovations.
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- University of Bristol’s Smart Internet Lab welcomes £6m boost for the communications technologies of tomorrow 2 March 2023
- Smart Internet Lab’s Nomadic Node provides 5G-and-beyond services anywhere anytime 6 September 2022
- University of Bristol's Smart Internet Lab part of winning consortium to boost innovation and growth in UK's telecoms supply chain 26 July 2022