The Electrical Engineering (EE) Department of TU/e comprises 9 research groups whose competencies range from electrical and electromechanical power engineering via measurement and control, analog and digital IC design, to telecommunications. Department-wide research is focused around 3 themes: connected world, care and cure, and smart sustainable society. The Center for Wireless Technology Eindhoven (CWTe), headed by Professor P.G.M. Baltus, was established in 2007 to perform leading-edge research on wireless systems ‘from antennas to bits’. Building on the strong competencies of the 5 participating research groups and on close collaboration with strategic partners such as NXP, ESIEE (France), and the Holst Centre, it is a breeding ground for innovation in ultra-high speed and ultra-low power wireless communication systems as well as terahertz imaging & communication systems. The center participates in numerous national and EU research projects and proposals in wireless communications . CWTe is building a bridge between different disciplines and is key to the effective flow of information. It creates the unique soil for conducting multidisciplinary projects such as the project described in this proposal.