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The LHFT employees Patrick Fenske and Andre Scheder won the first and second price in the ARGUS Science Awards 2020 from HENSOLDT for their excellent master theses. Patrick's master thesis, with the title "Investigation of an efficient implementation of a SAR reconstruction algorithm in a multi-user...

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Practically everyone knows the problem and practically everyone has already been annoyed by it at least once. You could almost believe there is an unwritten law stating: "connection is definitely gone when I really need it." But why is this actually the case? And how can the problem finally be solv...

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Benedikt Dorbath with the Institute of Microwaves and Photonics (LHFT) received an award at the 4th Symposium for Material Technology 2021 for his outstanding presentation at the symposium. The presentation on the publication: “Innovative wireless sensor concepts for the in-situ monitoring of curing...

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How do cars see the world? And what role does a radar play in this context? In a video, Marcel Hoffmann with the Institute of Microwaves and photonics explains, how a cars learn to understand their surroundings and to automatically recognize parked vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists. Video ansehen

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Melanie Lipka and her co-authors Stefan Brückner, Erik Sippel, and Martin Vossiek of the Institute of Microwaves and Photonics won the Best Pitch Award on the European Radar Conference (EuRAD). In the publication “On the Needlessness of Signal Bandwidth for Precise Holographic Wireless Localization”...

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Matthias Gareis and his co-authors Patrick Fenske, Christian Carlowitz and Martin Vossiek, all with the Institute of Microwaves and Photonics (LHFT), received the best paper award at the 2020 IEEE International Conference on RFID (IEEE RFID 2020) in Orlando (USA) for their contribution “Particle Fil...