Nov. 7–8, 2019 – Berlin, Germany

Martin  Danneberg

Technical University Dresden, Germany

Martin Danneberg received his master degree in electrical engineering from the Technische Universität Dresden in April 2013. Since then, he is a member of the Vodafone Chair and leading the research activities of the chair in the EU projects CREW, eWINE and ORCA. His professional interests revolve around non-orthogonal waveforms for future communication systems and especially about FPGA-based physical layer implementations. Further, his focus is to set-up a flexible yet real-time test infrastructure that is capable of hosting the complete 5G network stack from the application layer to the air interface using Software-Defined Radios and other programmable network elements.



ORCA offers experimentation facilities to promote wireless innovation in several market segments. Within the manufacturing market, for instance, application requirements vary from very low latency, up to real-time 3D video-driven interaction between collaborative robots and humans, to non-time critical downloads of large data volumes for updating the software of machines. The overall ORCA objective is to enable end-to-end networking experiments going from Software-Defined Radio (SDR), with Software-Defined Networking (SDN) to Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS).