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ICT sector by Mind Map: ICT sector

1. Optical communication networks

1.1. Optical components and devices

1.1.1. Devices (Laser, Neon, LED, etc ...)

1.1.2. Laser and fiber optic technologies

1.1.3. Nanophotonics

1.1.4. Optical fibers (doped & microstructured materials)

1.1.5. Silicon photonics

1.2. Optical test and measurement

1.2.1. Test and measurement

1.2.2. Test instrumentation based on optical fiber

1.3. Systems and networks

1.3.1. Agile photonic networks

1.3.2. Coherent optical networks without filters (without grid)

1.3.3. Design, architecture and plans for monitoring

1.3.4. Fiber optic communications (modeling, performance, applications)

1.3.5. Physical layer of communication systems based on fiber optic DWDM

2. Micro/Nano-electronics

2.1. Applications

2.1.1. Energy gleaning

2.1.2. Integration of microelectronic systems

2.1.3. Microcontrollers and DSP (Real time)

2.1.4. RFID technology Identification Security Traceability

2.2. Design

2.2.1. Architecture of distributed systems

2.2.2. Design methodology, verification and test of radiation-tolerant systems

2.2.3. Design of dedicated and programmable electronic circuits

2.2.4. Digital and analog circuits

2.2.5. MEMS Design of MEMS microwave MIC and MMIC Design

2.2.6. Microwave systems, millimeter wave, microwave

2.2.7. Programmable VLSI design

2.2.8. Very low CPU consumption

2.3. Quality

2.3.1. Design methodology highly integrated and highly reliable hybrid systems

2.3.2. Impact of encapsulation techniques on the quality of the power source and on the process of testing and diagnosis

3. Chairs and research units

3.1. Accredited research units

3.1.1. LACIME – Communications and Microelectronic Integration Laboratory

3.2. Laboratories

3.2.1. Network technology laboratory

3.3. Research chairs

3.3.1. Canada Research Chair in Hybrid Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

3.3.2. Chair in Design Methodology for Highly Integrated and Reliable Hybrid Systems

3.3.3. NSERC-Ultra Electronics Chair on Wireless Emergency and Tactical Communications

3.4. Research units recognized

3.4.1. COMunity – Advanced Research in Telecommunications

3.4.2. LAGRIT – Telecommunications and Computer Networks Management Laboratory

4. Researchers and departments involved

4.1. Departments

4.1.1. Department of Automated Production

4.1.2. Department of Electrical

4.1.3. Department of Software and IT

4.2. Researchers

4.2.1. Number of researchers "Core": 16 (researchers who have this area as a central research theme)

4.2.2. Number of researchers "No Core": 6 (researchers who participate in research projects may be related to this topic)

5. Telecommunications

5.1. Basic design features

5.1.1. Analog and digital signal processing in real-time and with high rate

5.1.2. Antennas

5.1.3. Autonomous sensor networks

5.1.4. Communication protocols

5.1.5. Design, implementation and simulation of modulation and coding

5.1.6. Digital signal processing

5.1.7. Multimodal dialogue systems

5.2. Performance, optimization and management

5.2.1. Navigation, positioning and guiding precision (RTK)

5.2.2. Performance and optimization of systems and networks

5.2.3. Quality of service over IP

5.2.4. Resistance to failure, reliability, network security

5.2.5. Resource management in next generation networks

5.2.6. Simulation of systems and networks

5.2.7. Technology robustness and antijamming

5.3. Systems

5.3.1. 4G & LTE networks

5.3.2. CDMA systems with multiple access

5.3.3. Cognitive radio networks

5.3.4. Communication Machine Machine (M2M)

5.3.5. Digital wireless receivers

5.3.6. Femtocell (poor mobile coverage)

5.3.7. Heterogeneous networks

5.3.8. Imaging radar sensing

5.3.9. IP Phone & new generation of IP

5.3.10. Local networks Ad hoc, MPLS, VPN, optical, wireless

5.3.11. Multicast services

5.3.12. Network communication with the Cloud

5.3.13. Radio satellite navigation (GPS, Galileo, Glonass, Compass)