Network Design, Control & Optimization

Flowchart of Network Design, Control & Optimzation


The request for wireless services, particularly, for ubiquitous mobile internet access and multimedia connections, has drastically increased over the last years. Accordingly, the capacity of wireless networks needs to be continuously enhanced subject to a strictly limited available radio spectrum. To achieve this goal, accurate planning and deployment, continuous optimization, and efficient resource allocation are of tremendous importance. Sophisticated analytical models and methods from communications engineering, information technology, mathematics, optimization, and computer science are combined to find solutions to the challenging problems.


The Institute for Theoretical Information Technology contributes to planning, optimizing, and operating wireless (sensor) networks. In particular the following topics are investigated.

As OFDM systems are predominating in modern mobile communication systems, particular investigations on OFDM systems are presented in a section of its own.


For further information contact Michael Reyer.