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Electronics for Telecommunications Lab (ETL) focuses on studying, designing and deploying innovative electronic systems for telecommunications, operating at high frequencies. Main research fields deals with Internet of Things (IoT), indoor and outdoor positioning systems and smart-health

During the years, the lab developed agreements with the most important electronics and telecomunnications industries, like Texas Instruments Europe. Also, the ETL group partecipated national and international research projects.

With his test benchs, CAD tools and measurement instruments, ETL has the possibility of developing the most interesting and innovative approaches to research problems resolution in the fields of high frequency electronics.

The ETL group is also active on teaching, bringing the new solutions coming from research to engineering students, who will become the engineers of tomorrow.

 

Team leader: Prof. Gianfranco Avitabile

 

  • Fri 20 Nov 2020 10:09

    Paper presentation at IEEE APCCAS 2020

      Our team is glad to announce that on December 8th 2020 Antonello Florio will present our new paper "Digital Phase Estimation through an I/Q Approach for Angle of Arrival Full-Hardware Localization" during the 16th IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems (APCCAS 2020) that will be held virtually from Ha Long Bay (Vietnam).
  • Fri 18 Sep 2020 10:15

    MWSCAS 2020 Paper available on IEEE Xplore

      Now available on IEEE Xplore our team's paper "A Study on IMU Sampling Rate Mismatch for a Wireless Synchronized Platform" presented at the IEEE 63rd International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS 2020)!   Give it a look by clicking here.
  • Fri 10 Jul 2020 10:34

    New paper published on MDPI Electronics

      Our team's brand new article "A Synchronized Multi-Unit Wireless Platform for Long-Term Activity Monitoring" is now available as OPEN ACCESS on MDPI Electronics Journal, Special Issue on Computational Intelligence in Healthcare!   Click here!
  • Thu 22 Nov 2018 14:59

    2018 Huawei Italy University Challenge

      E' stato Giovanni Piccinni, addottorando del Prof. Gianfranco Avitabile del Politecnico di Bari, ad aggiudicarsi il primo posto della prestigiosa sfida che mette a confronto le migliori ricerche del nostro Paese nella “2018 Huawei Italy University Challenge”, sfida alla quale sono stati a chiamati a partecipare i rappresentanti di tutte le Università Italiane, sottoponendo ad una giuria internazionale, formata da esperti del settore, i propri lavori di ricerca. Il giovane studioso ha ottenuto come premio un viaggio di una settimana in Cina, nella città di Shenzhen, per visitare il quartier generale del colosso dell’elettronica Huawei, e in più, un cellulare di ultima generazione della stessa marca. La premiazione del concorso, che si è tenuta all’Università di Pavia il 22 novembre scorso, ha visto la partecipazione dei dieci finalisti, i quali, hanno discusso i propri lavori davanti alla commissione e successivamente sono stati premiati.