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Precise signals for data transmission

From measuring and radar systems to telecommunications: huge amounts of data are being transmitted in ever shorter times nowadays. Precise signals are essential. If they are inaccurate, errors occur. In the "RadiOptics" research project, which was launched last June at the Heinz Nixdorf Institute at Paderborn University, scientists are therefore working on a signal generator that aims to reduce potential sources of error. A spin-off has now…

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In the first episode of the new electrical engineering podcast "Current Affairs", our guests Christian von Germeten and Mike Gasenzer talk to the two hosts of this episode, Jan Beinfohr and Yvonne Liebau, about the second semester and how best to master it.

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Das Institut für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik ist stolz den Start des neuen Podcast „Current Affairs“ anzukündigen. Dieser Podcast richtet sich an Studierende der Elektrotechnik sowie an interessierte Oberstufenschüler*innen und wird monatlich jeden dritten Donnerstag im Monat veröffentlicht.

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Paderborn University presents networked and sustainable research at Hannover Messe 2024

Digital and networked systems for ecologically sustainable and future-proof mobility solutions in the transport sector - at Hannover Messe 2024 from 22 to 26 April, researchers from Paderborn University will be presenting technologies and concepts for sustainable developments that contribute to improving processes in passenger transport and logistics.

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On the way to climate-neutral process heat

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection funds joint project "HeatTransPlan" for the development of waste heat utilisation.

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