The Broadcasting & Telecommunications Convergence Research Laboratory is engaged in various research activities aimed at realizing a knowledge-based society of the future where advanced realistic broadcasting and telecommunications services will natural converged with human life.
The research areas in which we are currently concentrating our resources are ultra-realistic media, broadcasting and telecommunications convergence platforms, satellites, and radio technology for satellite/wireless. Ultra-realistic media includes 3D TV, UHD TV, panorama, AR broadcasting and holography, while broadcasting and telecommunications convergence platforms include smart screen platform and networking, smart TV and smart convergence media, and smart mobile broadcasting. The satellite field includes the broadcasting/communication satellite tower system, payload navigation, next generation VAST and ground station, RF, and MMIC. The radio technology for satellite/wireless includes frequency-sharing and radio wave engineering, the development of future radio wave technology and frequency resources, electromagnetic environment, and the adaptation of radio waves in real life (for example, transferring wireless power).
The Broadcasting & Telecommunications Convergence Research Laboratory will continue doing its utmost to become the most outstanding laboratory in the world in the area of broadcasting and telecommunications on the basis of its strong commitment to assisting Korea's advancement towards becoming the global number one media country.