The mission of WNL is to design innovative wireless communication systems by combining theoretical analysis with experimentation and simulation.
- December 2012: Dr. Onur Altintas from Toyota InfoTechnology Center visited WNL. - October 2012: Prof. Carlo Fischione from Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) visited WNL. - October 2012: Sinem Coleri Ergen is giving the keynote talk at INCT 2012. - September 2012: Yalcin Sadi defended his Master Thesis. Congratulations! Yalcin is going to pursue his Ph.D. at Koc University. - September 2012: Patent application on the scheduling of wireless sensor nodes in Intra-vehicular Wireless Sensor Networks is filed. - August 2012: Yalcin Sadi received Best Student Poster Award in ACM Mobicom S3 Workshop. - August 2012: 2 journal papers on channel modeling and scheduling algorithms for Intra-Vehicular Wireless Sensor Networks are accepted to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. - June 2012: Journal paper on fast scheduling for UWB networks is accepted to IEEE Communications Letter. - June 2012: C. Umit Bas defended his Master Thesis. Umit is going to University of Southern California to pursue his Ph.D. Congratulations! - June 2012: Huseyin Serhat Tetikol graduated. Serhat is going to Carnegie Mellon University to pursue his Ph.D. Congratulations!
4G and 5G Mobile Communication
We had pioneering research in OFDM/OFDMA technology and continuing our LTE research efforts in channel estimation, resource allocation, single frequency reuse, multicast broadcasting schemes, small cells and milimeter-wave mobile broadband wireless. For more information please click here.
Intra Vehicular Wireless Sensor Networks
We are the first lab in Europe to work on intra-vehicular wireless sensor networks (Marie Curie Reintegration Grant). We are modeling intra-vehicular channel model based on measurements in the commercial vehicles and developing optimal rate-adaptive medium access control protocols satisfying strict reliability, delay and energy efficiency requirements of vehicle control systems.
Wireless Magnetic Sensor Networks
We are the first lab to deploy wireless magnetic sensor networks in Istanbul (Istanbul Municipality Project). We are currently collecting data and analyzing performance. We are replacing inductive loops and video sensors with a low cost wireless sensor network.
Specific research areas currently investigated within the lab include: - 4G and 5G Mobile Wireless: LTE & Milimeter-wave Mobile Broadband - Intra-Vehicular Wireless Sensor Networks - M2M: Magnetic Wireless Sensor Networks - Software Defined Networking - Wireless Channel Modeling - Frequency Reuse - Inter-Vehicle Communication