ZAMEK-R: Group of the Analysis, Modeling, and Estimation of Radio Channels (GAME-RC)

ZAMEK-R is the research group at the Institute of Telecommunications, the Faculty of Electronics, the Military University of Technology (MUT). ZAMEK-R (in Polish, the word "ZAMEK" means a "CASTLE") is the acronym of Polish name: Zespół Analizy, Modelowania i Estymacji Kanałów Radiowych, i.e. Group of the Analysis, Modeling, and Estimation of Radio Channels (GAME-RC).

We have an experience in the area of modeling and measurements of wireless channels and propagation, especially:

1. Doppler effects measurement and modeling.
2. Channel and propagation modeling and simulation.
3. Multipath channel models for outdoor environments.
4. Measurements of the temporal, spectral and spatial channel characteristics.
5. Channel sounding and estimation of the channel parameters and characteristics.
6. Measurements and modeling for:
        ● cellular  and ad‐hoc networks (outdoor),
        ● vehicle‐to‐X communications,
        ● MIMO configurations,
        ● mm‐Wave communication,
        ● navigation.
7. MIMO channel modeling, measurement and characterization.

In case of any question do not hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Contact person in this area:
Cezary Ziółkowski, Ph.D., D.Sc., Prof. of MUT
phone: +48 261 83 96 19
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We also conduct research in the area of localization and navigation, especially:

1. Positioning, location, navigation and identification of the radio emission sources
2. Design, analysis and measurements of asynchronous radio navigation, localization and positioning systems based on the Doppler effect and spectrum analysis.
3. Analysis and measurements of the efficiency of location methods based on the Doppler effect in outdoor applications.
4. Design, analysis and measurements of systems to simultaneously location and identification of the objects (emission sources).

Contact person in this area:
Jan M. Kelner, Ph.D.
phone: +48 261 83 77 33
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