- Real-time Mobile Communication
- Project no: 9905-8
- Per-Arne Wiberg and Bertil Svensson
- Halmstad University, Sektionen för Informationsvetenskap, Data- och Elektroteknik, CC-lab
- Application, support letter 1 from HMS Fieldbus Systems AB, support letter 2 from Innovation Team AB.
- Comments by evaluator 1, evaluator 2, ARTES board.
- Support: 2 PhD student for 2 years decided 99-06-04.
- Start 2000-01-01 with Urban Bilstrup and Elisabeth Uhleman as PhD students
- First-year-report August 2001.
- Staffan Dahlström
- HMS Fieldbus Systems AB
- Project 1: Real-time Mobile Communication
- Project 2: Switched Real-Time Communication for Industrial Applications
- Jörgen Sjöholm email@example.com
- Innovation Team AB
- Project: Real-time Mobile Communication
In this application we propose research in a quit new field - wireless real-time
communication. It is true that mobile communication based on radio signals is a vast
research field. It is also true that this research is nearly always focused on average
behaviour, throughput, and bandwidth utilisation. We foresee a wider use of wireless
communication based on radio frequency (RF) signals in industry and transportation.
This, however, calls for research efforts leading to new coding/decoding techniques
and, protocols for time critical traffic. In this project we intend to address three
- New coding and decoding techniques making wireless communication available for
time and safety critical applications
- New network topologies for wireless real-time networks leading to enhanced
performance and new applications.
- Investigating the suitability of existing standards especially Bluetooth for real-time
- Per-Arne Wiberg, and U. Bilstrup, Invited paper, Wireless Technology in Industry – Applications and User Scenarios,
to appear in Proc. of ETFA 01, 2001.
- U. Bilstrup, Performance Evaluation of the use of Bluetooth in Vehicles and in vehicle manufacturing environment,
technical report at CCA Halmstad University, mars 2000.
- U. Bilstrup, The usability of Bluetooth in Vehicles, technical report at CCA Halmstad University, July, 2000.
- U. Bilstrup, Applicability of Bluetooth Applications in Vehicles , speech at Bluetooth Developers Conference, US,
San Jose, December, 2000.
- U. Bilstrup and Per-Arne Wiberg Introduction to the use of Bluetooth in time and safety critical applications, technical
report at CCA Halmstad University, January, 2000.
- U. Bilstrup and P-A. Wiberg. Bluetooth in industrial environment, In Proc 2000 IEEE International Workshop on
Factory Communication Systems, pp. 239-247, Porto, Portugal, September, 2000.
- Urban Bilstrup and Per-Arne Wiberg. Wireless Networks for Manufacturing. ARTES Graduate Student Conference 2000.
- Uhlemann, Elisabeth. Hybrid ARQ Using Serially Concatenated Block
Codes for Real-Time Communication
- An Iterative Decoding Approach. Licenciate Thesis 2001.
- Elisabeth Uhlemann and Per-Arne Wiberg. Deadline Dependent Coding - A Framework for
Wireless Real-Time Communication. ARTES Graduate Student Conference 2000.