This project, funded by STW, targeted interference mitigation in receivers of multi-mode systems such as smartphones.
The approaches investigated in this project include non-linear interference suppressors, which can be thought of as amplitude-domain filters (rather than the more common frequency-domain filters).
The main researchers on this project were:
- dr. Erwin Janssen
- dr. Hooman Habibi
The project has resulted in 2 PhD theses:
- Janssen, E.J.G., "Methodologies for multi-radio coexistence : self-interference suppression techniques", TU/e 2014
- Habibi, H., "Power efficient adaptive mitigation of local interference in multimode wireless transceivers", TU/e 2014
Dr. Erwin Janssen has received the prestigious Veder Award 2015. The presentation for the award ceremony can be found here.
A demonstration of this research project can be seen at this movie: