This iBROW fact sheet gives a quick overview of the project.

Newsletters The project publishes newsletters twice per year.

Publications Details of all journal and conference papers.



iBROW final leaflet: summary of key project results

iBROW_presentation_thumbnailiBROW project presentation: giving an overview of the project

iBROW_leaflet_thumbnailiBROW project info leaflet: snapshot summary


Dissemination kit: Summary of available iBROW material


iBROW has produced two videos: an introduction and an update on project progress.

Update on progress (Jan-2018)

Project intro (Dec-2015)

Standards work
iBROW is very active in relevant standards to improve the uptake of THz technology. In particular Prof. Thomas Kürner and his colleagues from TU Braunschweig are very active in the IEEE 802.15 THz Terahertz Interest Group (IGthz).

Recently the following input from iBROW was presented to the IGthz:

Two-Step Angle-of-Arrival Estimation for Terahertz Communications (07-May-2018)

Study on Statistical Characteristics of Human Blockage Effects in Future Indoor Millimeter Wave and THz Wireless Communications (09-May-2017)


Background material
External documents

Bell Labs Future Impossible
A set of videos explaining some of the history and technology of high bandwidth communication.

Introduction to Terahertz
This helpful primer from NPL gives a good introduction to terahertz technology.

32 Gbit/s QPSK Transmission at 385 GHz
White paper from Tetronix on the first QPSK data link at 385 GHz, using a photonics based THz emission and a double heterodyne THz detection.


Project start press release
New project aims to take the brakes off wireless broadband data transfer (Issued by University of Glasgow: WED 28-Jan-2015)