Flexible RF technologies for Spectrum Sharing

Increasingly, networks are moving to being software defined, making them highly flexible and independent of their transmission and computing substrate. However, this is not true for the radio interface: current systems are inflexible and unable to easily adapt to new standards, spectrum and the efficient support of Dynamic Spectrum Access. In this presentation, the latest laboratory results from Bristol’s research in flexible duplexing, robust receiver architectures and efficient and agile transmitter technologies will be summarised in the context of spectrum sharing.

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