1- Multi Antenna Radio Link System 

This project is supported by TEYDEB (1511).

Over the next 10 years, various studies show that the amount of data transmitted over cellular

networks is expected to increase in between 20-100 times. Therefore, it has become important to develop the necessary technologies, such as 4G, 5G etc., delivering data to the end user as well as technologies necessary for the exchange of data flowing from base station to the backhaul. In many countries including Turkey, It is considered that radio links working for backhaul systems with directional antennas have difficulty in meeting the expected data rate increase in the near future.

This project aims to develop a communication system using MIMO techniques with multiple antennas instead of directional antennas in order to increase the capacity of radio link systems. With MIMO, the data rate of the communication is going to be enhanced for radio links. The system includes antennas, RF circuits, radio chips and base band processor. In order to decrease the processing load at receiver, OFDM modulation technique will be used. The most unique and innovative parts of the project is to design a communication system which uses multiple antennas and performs multi point to multi point communication supported by MIMO. Such product has not produced in Turkey yet. With this project, the first prototype of a family of products will be created by focusing on the implementation of MIMO technique to the radio links. The technological know-how will be achieved in each part of the system. This technological knowledge is considered to be used in some applications using different frequency bands and scenarios in the future.

2- Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Sectored Antennas

This project is supported by KOSGEB.

Wireless networks has been widely used for detection, tracking and communication in the last 20 years. Even though antenna is an important factor that dynamize wireless networks, the studies on antenna optimization are quite a little in field applications. Various studies in recent years show that multi beam antennas has great potential to utilize wireless networks more efficient. Some advantages such as reducing intereference and increasing signal strength can be achieved by controlling the beams of antenna with taking into consideration the whole network. The projects involves optimization for many patented beam antenna technologies for the use of wireless networks.    


3- Body Area Networks and Remote Patient Monitoring System

This project supported by TEYDEB (1003) is carried out jointly with KTÜ (Karadeniz Teknik Üniversitesi) and Anketek Ltd. Şti.

This project involves development of a telemedicine system utilizing state of the art information and mobile communication technologies for remote monitoring of patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, heart attacks and high blood pressure.

In this project, required hardware and software will be developed which enables wirelessly recording of the EKG, SPO2, temperature and blood pressure. The system also allows entering of blood sugar levels, breathing and weight data via portable equipment to a PC at home, and to transmit this information to a remote health center via internet. Moreover, a recording and monitoring system will be established at both PC at home and the main computer at the remote health center that will allow monitoring, examining and reporting of patient physical signals, treatment data, and patient response. Additionally, a Clinical Decision Support System that will be running on the computer at the remote health center and provide early diagnosis of heart failures will be developed. Hence, this project will both help cronic patients and provide alleviation of congestion at healthcare sector.

4- Development of VHF/UHF Radio Antennas

This project supported by TEYDEB (1507).

Anketek carries out the design, simulation and manufacturing process of wideband antennas operating in VHF/UHF frequency band for various applications. The designed antennas are optimized on the radio unit or vehicle within the operating frequency bands according to their application, using 3D EM simulation software. The EM software utilizes method of moments technique (MoM) which provides the highest degree of accuracy among the numeric techniques for antenna simulations. The software is capable of accurately and efficiently simulating hybrid models including metalic, dielectric bodies as well as different circuit components.


5- Development of VHF Radio Antennas

Anketek carries out the simulation, fabrication and prototyping of antennas operating in VHF bands for hand held radio applications. In the design process, antenna simulations and optimizations are performed together with the radio unit, ground plane and the user for various holding scenarios in order to obtain optimum operating conditions by utilizing 3D EM software.


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