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Magnus Karlsson

Senior Associate Professor


My research area is within the field of high performance wireless-technology. More specific the key focus is on various parts close to the antenna(s) in a radio front-end. Except for the antenna(s) itself it can be multiplexing solutions, i.e., one wideband antenna connected to several frequency-divided channels.

The frequency-divided channels can be different services or a high performance system that needs parallel data processing to achieve the required processing speed. In a similar way, a system with multiple antennas can be connected to a single front-end. The reasons for the later can be several; high speed data, improved link stability, or a combination of both.

On the one hand, antennas are used to generate electromagnetic waves, on the other hand electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is all about to control the electronic equipment against unwanted emissions. With a good EMC knowledge, the electronic circuits and systems can be designed to meet the necessary product requirements.


aster of Science (M.Sc.) in Electronics Design Engineering.
Degree 2002 from Linköping University/ Campus Norrköping.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in the subject area of Communication Electronics.
Degree 2008 from Linköping University/ Campus Norrköping.



Zhongjun Ni, Chi Zhang, Magnus Karlsson, Shaofang Gong (2024) A study of deep learning-based multi-horizon building energy forecasting Energy and Buildings, Vol. 303, Article 113810 Continue to DOI


Zhongjun Ni, Chi Zhang, Magnus Karlsson, Shaofang Gong (2023) Leveraging Deep Learning and Digital Twins to Improve Energy Performance of Buildings 2023 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Industrial Electronics for Sustainable Energy Systems (IESES) Continue to DOI


Zhongjun Ni, Yu Liu, Magnus Karlsson, Shaofang Gong (2022) Link Historic Buildings to Cloud with Internet of Things and Digital Twins The 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings, Benediktbeuern, Germany, May 4-5, 2022, p. 229-235
Zhongjun Ni, Yu Liu, Magnus Karlsson, Shaofang Gong (2022) Enabling Preventive Conservation of Historic Buildings Through Cloud-based Digital Twins: A Case Study in the City Theatre, Norrköping IEEE Access, Vol. 10, p. 90924-90939 Continue to DOI
Yu Liu, Sepehr Mousavi, Zhibo Pang, Zhongjun Ni, Magnus Karlsson, Shaofang Gong (2022) Plant Factory: A New Playground of Industrial Communication and Computing Sensors, Vol. 22, Article 147 Continue to DOI