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David Gesbert

EURECOM | 5G, Telecommunications, Networks, Connected objects

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Effective communication for the environments of the future

New multicast solutions could significantly boost communication between cars.

Optimizing communication is an essential aspect of preparing for the uses of tomorrow, from new modes of transport to the industries of the future. Reliable communications are a prerequisite when it comes to delivering high quality services. Researchers from EURECOM, in partnership with The Technical University of Munich are working …

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The end of roaming charges in the European Union: a cure-all solution?

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Patrick Maillé, IMT Atlantique – Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and Bruno Tuffin, Inria The European Union has required wireless network operators to stop charging roaming fees during trips to other EU countries. For nomad users who regularly travel throughout Europe, this added comfort is truly appreciated: no more fears of additional charges.  However, …

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The Internet of tomorrow: New issues, new challenges

Internet of tomorrow

In just a few years the internet has revolutionized daily life, becoming part of every aspect of society. However, the coming transformations may go much deeper, leading to major changes in the paradigms of vertical markets such as healthcare, energy, the environment etc. Daniel Kofman, a researcher at Télécom ParisTech, …

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Start-ups Energysquare and Opti’Waves receive IMT awards at CES 2019

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On January 8, two start-ups from IMT school incubators received Bercy-IMT Innovation Awards in Las Vegas at CES 2019. Energysquare and Opti’Waves won first and second prize, respectively, for these financial support awards sponsored by IMT, Fondation Mines-Télécom and Carnot Télécom & Société numérique. Fondation Mines-Télécom presented the 5 “Coup …

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Millimeter waves for mobile broadband

Une ondes millimétriques, millimeter waves

5G will inevitably involve opening new frequency bands allowing operators to increase their data flows. Millimeter waves are among the favorites, as they have many advantages: large bandwidth, adequate range, and small antennas. Whether or not they are opened will depend on whether they live up to expectations. The European …

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Will 5G turn the telecommunications market upside-down?

Mobile World Congress 2016, market

The European Commission is anticipating the arrival of the fifth generation in mobile phones (5G) in 2020. It is expected to significantly increase data speeds and offer additional uses. However, the extent of the repercussions on the telecommunications market and on services is still difficult to evaluate, even for the …

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Our exposure to electromagnetic waves: beware of popular belief

electromagnetic waves

Joe Wiart, Télécom ParisTech – Institut Mines-Télécom, Université Paris-Saclay This article is published in partnership with “La Tête au carré”, the daily radio show on France Inter dedicated to the popularization of science, presented and produced by Mathieu Vidard. The author of this text, Joe Wiart, discussed his research on …

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