ACROPOLIS-NoE - Advanced coexistence technologies for radio optimisation in licenced and unlicensed spectrum

ACROPOLIS
Start: 01 October 2010
End: 31 December 2013
Funding: European
Status: Due
Division: Communication Networks, Communication Systems
Department: Advanced Signal and Information Processing (ASIP), Mobile Networks (MONET)

The vision of the ACROPOLIS NoE (ICT-2009.1.1) is to integrate European research efforts in the domains of cooperative and cognitive communications such that coexistence and capabilities of future networks operating both in the licensed and open spectrum bands can be significantly increased. The key issue here is the pooling of our knowledge on flexible radios, coexistence methods, cognitive radio technologies, and also regulatory and  economical issues, in order to facilitate harmonised and interdisciplinary joint research and roadmapping.

D. Dardari, M. Di Dio, A. Emmanuele, D. Fontanemma, S. Gezici, M. Reza, M. Kieffer, E. Lagunas, J. Louveaux, A. Mallat, M. Nájar, , M. Nicoli, L. Reggiani, M. Rydström, E. Ström, L. Vanderdorpe, F. Zanier, Innovative Signal Processing Techniques for Wireless Positioning , Chapter in "Satellite and Terrestrial Radio Positioning Techniques: A Signal Processing Perspective,"edited by D. Dardari, E. Falletti, M. Luise, Oxford, UK: Elsevier Academic Press, 2011. ISBN: 9780123820846.
  • RWTH
  • IASA
  • PUT
  • EADS
  • UoS
  • CTTC
  • KTH
  • KLC
  • TUD
  • Uniroma
  • EUROCOM