This project includes reducing interference in military communications utilizing efficient spectrum allocation for all terminals. In addition, the projects aims to support different location and network topologies without spectrum planning in military communications. Flexibility to use in countries' borders or conflict zones is aimed for designing next generation communication systems that can be configured dynamically.
[Funded by Presidency of Defence Industries]
Powering the IoT devices is an important issue in the 5G and beyond. Conventional batteries won’t work in the IoT applicaitons because of their various shapes and sizes and low power requirements. Therefore, power sources for IoT devices will need several key features of their own like: small/thin size and flexible shape and wireless connectivity which ables them to charge a device on the go, easy to use anywhere. A promising approach of power source alternatives for the IoT is harvesting energy from radio frequencies.
[Funded by İTÜ Vodafone Future Lab]
Using the signaling information which contains the handover attempts and successes between the spurge and destination cells, it is possible to form a pattern of sites and cells in a matrix, that indicate the typical route that mobility, service and capacity needs to be sured for the smooth operation of the mobile network. This is valid for all the technologies and also for voice and data, even though voice will benefit the most from this type of optimization. Using machine learning and forecasting, it is possible to predict the traffic that can be carried by new sites that can be introduced in the network as well as the amount of traffic lost due to the loss of a site/ radio/ cell.
[Funded by İTÜ Vodafone Future Lab]
The algorithm has been developed and performance analyzes have been performed for the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to perform image processing assisted landing.
[Research Project , funded by TUSAŞ/TAI]
The goal of the project is to design a new generation TV unit with the partnership of Arçelik AŞ, which senses home-environment sounds and notifies the user visually especially for hearing-impaired persons.
[ SAN-TEZ Project, Funded by the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology]
LTE eNodeB Performance Measurement, Software Development of Self-Configurable Networks: The role of handover parameters in improving the energy efficiency of cellular networks is analyzed, and the negative effects of handover failure (HOF) and ping-pong (PP) rate are investigated. The network performance of the new algorithm is explored in terms of real vehicular traffic data and state-of-the-art specifications of eNodeBs.
This project is funded by Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, TUBITAK under Grant TEYDEB Project No.3160085.
High-resolution time-frequency distributions on the application of spread-spectrum communications and dissimilarity measures and retrieval on time-frequency distributions
High-resolution time-frequency representations are developed and applied to various communication applications. Moreover, fractional Fourier domain adaptive filter has been designed and original results in the discrete form of the transform are obtained. Signal retrieval and classification problem is also investigated by time-frequency signal processing.
[ Research Project of no. 105E078, Funded by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK).]
[Umbrella Project, funded by Istanbul Technical University.]
We have participated in the development and implementation of a multi-sensor landmine detection system. We have worked on feature extraction techniques and fuzzy decision problem based on the Neyman-Pearson criterion. We have assumed responsibilities on the sensor fusion processor.
[ Funded by Ministry of Defense]
Detection and Parameter Extraction of Low Probability of Intercept Radar Waveforms by Time-Frequency Signal Processing
Conventional pulsed radar systems are easily detected by advanced electronic support systems and radar warning receivers due to their high-powered transmissions. As the use of low probability of intercept (LPI) radar waveforms provides significant advantages in radar systems, we investigate LPI radar waveform detection and parameter extraction in this project. The proposed novel analysis techniques are implemented on the FPGA.
[Research Project of no. 113E117, funded by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)]