dr.ir. G.J.M. Janssen
Circuits and Systems (CAS), Department of Microelectronics
Expertise: Physical layer communication; UWB; localizationThemes: Safety and security, XG - Next Generation Sensing and Communication
Gerard Janssen received the MSc degree from Eindhoven University of Technology in 1986, and the PhD degree from TU Delft in 1998. In 1986, he joined FEL-TNO where he was involved in radar cross-section modeling, radion direction finding, interference cancellation and wideband propagation mesudements. In 1992, he moved to TU Delft where he currently is Associate Professor. His research interests are in wireless communications, especially narrowband multiuser detection, digital modulation techniques, channel modeling, diversity techniques and ultrawideband communications and positioning.
EE2T11 Telecommunications A
A first course in telecommunication, with focus on the physical layer. Includes a lab course related to Signals and Systems (preparing for EPO-4)
EE2T21 Telecommunications B
Modulation, introduction to networks
EE3039TU Marsrover project
Design of a "Mars Rover", a simple vehicle controlled by an FPGA capable of charging using solar energy, and with sensing and localization abilities
EE3310TU Telecommunication Techniques
Transmission of digital signals
ET4358 Wireless communications
Overview of the essential aspects of the physical layer as well as transmission system design aspects of generic wireless communications systems
ET4385 Introduction to telecommunications and sensing systems
(not running) Overview of the various challenges in the field and introduction to the research groups
SuperGPS: Accurate timing and positioning
Accurate timing and positioning through an optical-wireless distributed time and frequency reference
Ultra WideBand (UWB) Radio Indoor Positioning System
How can we accomplish effective, scalable and low-cost indoor positioning systems for practical applications using UWB radio signals?
Reliable and fast wireless communication for lithography machines
Connecting a sensor network on a moving platform to a control unit; this requires high-speed links with low latency, and accurate wireless clock synchronization.
Last updated: 25 Sep 2017