The surge in global data demands has spurred advances in mobile communication technologies, necessitating flexible and efficient wireless solutions. The transition from traditional wired field bus systems to wireless communication introduces new challenges, including the need for energy-efficient and high-data-rate wireless technologies.
In the "6G-TERAKOM" project, we focus on developing a terahertz-range radio system (D-Band) with integrated antennas. This system aims to provide precise and rapid alignment of radio waves for diverse mobile communication scenarios. The project emphasizes a modular and scalable approach with open interfaces, ensuring flexibility for complex application scenarios. Creonic's expertise is integral in designing efficient and intelligent modules, contributing to the project's overall success.
"6G-TERAKOM" drives innovation by developing a modular, energy-efficient, chip-based, and AI-enhanced antenna system. Creonic plays a key role in advancing this technology, contributing to the scalability and intelligence of Terahertz base stations. This not only strengthens Germany and Europe's technological position but also fosters technological sovereignty through knowledge-building and increased production in the region.
Key components of Terahertz communication for intelligent radio access networks of the 6th generation
10/2022 - 10/2025
The project consortium consists of:
Ericsson Antenna Technology Germany GmbH, Rosenheim
- Creonic GmbH, Kaiserslautern
- Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg
- National Instruments Dresden GmbH, Dresden
- Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG, München
- CONTAG AG, Berlin
IC4X GmbH, Berlin
- Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Fraunhofer IZM, Berlin
- Fraunhofer IAF, Freiburg
- Technische Universität Berlin
- Technische Universität Dresden
- Universität Ulm
The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research