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Projekty badawcze realizowane przez KT:
Projects realized by KT:

Various radio access technologies are beginning to compete for license-free frequency bands. The most notable is the well-established Wi-Fi technology (based on IEEE 802.11), while the newcomer is LTE in its various unlicensed versions. LTE operators around the world are interested in utilizing the unlicensed bands to deal with the problem of licensed bandwidth shortages and growing user expectations and needs (high throughput, low latency). These operators perceive license-free bands as a great opportunity to increase their earnings.

One of the problems in video signal transmission is sound and image synchronization. Lack of synchronization strongly affects the quality perceived by the recipients of the system, therefore for the content provider it is very important to quickly detect such distortion. Currently, there are practically no automatic systems on the market that detect the problem of video and sound synchronization. In the initial research conducted at the Department of Telecommunications, an algorithm was developed to detect this distortion.

One of the problems in video signal transmission is sound and image synchronization. Lack of synchronization strongly affects the quality perceived by the recipients of the system, therefore for the content provider it is very important to quickly detect such distortion. Currently, there are practically no automatic systems on the market that detect the problem of video and sound synchronization. In the initial research conducted at the Department of Telecommunications, an algorithm was developed to detect this distortion.

The aim of the project is to develop, investigate and implement integrated SDNRoute system. SDNRoute will support routing process in Software Defined Networks (SDN). Nature of the project is analytical, simulation and development, while development is dominant factor. SDNRoute system will periodically define routing policies for each upcoming time window. SDNRoute will utilize information originating from several sources. First of all, data regarding current state of the network provided by the SDN controller.

With the growth of the information in different media such as TV programs or internet, a new issue arises. How a user can access to the information which is expressed in a foreign language?

The idea of the project is to develop a multilingual help system of understanding without any human being intervention broadcasting news, presented in a foreign language and to compare it to the corresponding one available in the mother tongue of the user.

SDI

Wireless networks, such as cellular networks, are in common use.  Their constantly increasing data rates are made possible by their integration with optical networks.  Cognitive wireless networks and elastic optical networks are the newest research topics in the field of these networks.  In the future the integration of the two network types will be software-defined, i.e.

The aim of the project is to find a fair admission control mechanism for flow-centric networks. The project is divided into two tasks:
1. Presentation and comparison of fair admission control mechanisms in Flow-Aware Networks (FAN). In this task, a new mechanism will be proposed for the FAN networks.
2. Comparison of FAN and DiffServ networks related to assuring fairness. In this task, a new method to provide fairness in DiffServ networks will be specified.

The research project ASTYANAX is focused on the development of a reliable methodology for the application of a Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) system on an aerodyne (rotorcraft and airplane platforms) structure.

The STAR project (SwiTching And tRansmission) has been started on January 1st, 2013. The project is financed by NCBiR and coordinated within CHIST-ERA ERA-Net Programme.  The AGH Department of Telecommunications participates in the project together with University of Leeds, University of Cambridge and Ecole Normale Superieure of Lyon. A key observation in current core networks is that most of the power is consumed in the IP layer while optical transmission and optical switching are power efficient in comparison, hence the inspiration for this project.

The E-NEXT Network of Excellence targets a key area of Information Society Technologies, namely computer networking. Framework Programme 6 aims to develop the technological basis and the people-skills necessary to deliver the promise of the information revolution - new audio-visual services and products, electronic delivery of business, health, education, entertainment, government, science and so on - and this will fundamentally impact every aspect of life and work.

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