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Public Service Review: Science and Technology issue 6, 2010
Mathematics for next generation radio chips
European researchers of the ICESTARS (Integrated Circuit/EM Simulation and Design Technologies for Advanced Radio Systems-on-chip) project ensure that future demand for higher capacity communication channels are met by addressing the critical issues of the existing infrastructure for design and simulation of new and highly-complex Radio Frequency (RF) front ends operating beyond 10 and up to 100 GHz€. ... read more



ScienceDaily
Breaking Barriers For Next Generation Wireless Chips
The Mathematical Institute of the University of Cologne conducts research within in the European project ICESTARS (Integrated Circuit/Electromagnetic Simulation and Design Technologies for Advanced Radio Systems-on-chip). New mathematical algorithms for the next radio chip generation will be developed under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Caren Tischendorf. ...read more


EDA News
AWR Collaborate on Advanced Radio Systems-on-Chip
AWR, the innovation leader in high-frequency electronic design automation (EDA), announced that its Finnish R&D facility will conduct research within the European Integrated Circuit/Electromagnetic Simulation and design Technologies for Advanced Radio Systems-on-chip (ICESTARS) project. ... read more


PC Welt
BESSERES CHIP-DESIGN. Drahtlose Datenübertragung wird beschleunigt
Kostengünstige Mikrochips für die drahtlose Datenübertragung, die bei hohen Frequenzen von bis zu 100 Gigahertz (GHz) operieren, sind geeignet, höhere Datenraten für die vernetzte Welt zu bieten, als mit aktuell genutzten Frequenzbändern möglich ist. Europäische Wissenschaftler ...read more


Microwave Journal
European Research Collaboration to Break Barriers for Next-generation Wireless Chips
AWR, a leader in high-frequency electronic design automation (EDA), announced that its Finnish R&D facility will conduct research within the European Integrated Circuit/Electromagnetic Simulation and Design Technologies for Advanced Radio Systems-on-chip (ICESTARS) project. ICESTARS strives to enable the development of low-cost wireless chips that can operate at frequencies up to 100 GHz. ... read more


ICESTARS English Press Release (Nov. 2008)
The Mathematical Institute of the University of Cologne conducts research within in the European project ICESTARS (Integrated Circuit/Electromagnetic Simulation and design Technologies for Advanced Radio Systems-on-chip). ... read more


Der Standard
Drahtlose Datenübertragung wird beschleunigt
Kostengünstige Mikrochips für die drahtlose Datenübertragung, die bei hohen Frequenzen von bis zu 100 Gigahertz (GHz) operieren, sind geeignet, höhere
Datenraten für die vernetzte Welt zu bieten, als mit aktuell genutzten Frequenzbändern möglich ist. Europäische Wissenschaftler setzen auf geeignete Simulationswerkzeuge, um die Entwicklung solcher Hochfrequenz-Chips voranzutreiben. ...read more