The company was founded in 2001 with an ambition to combine research and advanced technology within all parts of the product development chain.
The company is privately owned and currently we are around 25 employees of which 10 have PhD degrees, 3 hold Lic. Eng. degrees and 12 hold M. Sc. degrees or equivalent.
Being a Gothenburg-based company, one of our main aims is to contribute to making the region an internationally competitive environment for advanced technology in our competence areas. We try to empower the strong international companies in the region with our expertise and try to attract new companies to establish in the region.
QAMCOM AND COMMUNICATIONS
The fields of communication theory, signal processing and control engineering are intimately connected and together they form the foundation of what we work with. Communication theory is a relatively new area compared to more mature sciences such as mathematics, physics and chemistry, but in the last years it has become increasingly evident that this field is gaining importance. Drawing deeply from both mathematics and physics, communication theory addresses the problem of providing reliable transfer of information under various constraints, e.g., bandwidth or power consumption restrictions, delay minimization, fairness, etc.
The explosive growth of the market for communication equipment as seen in the post-war era originated from the ideas of Claude Shannon; the ingenious american mathematician and researcher who founded the field of information theory in one single stroke in 1948 . Shannon's ideas provide the foundation for representing information in digital form, which was one of the more important conceptual leaps during the 20th century.
We want to be part of the exciting future of designing the systems and applications based on this foundation.
Qamcom and the logotype are trademarks of Qamcom Technology AB. Our logo is a stylistic simplification of the visualization of the vector model of a communication system using 16 signal points in a quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) scheme.