Skip to content

Teletraffic Research Centre

Our operations in the commercial sector are carried out through the Teletraffic Research Centre.

"Teletraffic science is the traditional term for all theoretical fundamentals and engineering practices to describe data flows in telecommunication networks, the performance of the usage of network resources, procedures for sizing of resources and engineering the networks for given traffic load and quality of service requirements." International Teletraffic CongressLink to external website

The Teletraffic Research Centre was established in 1986 as a centre focussed on the application of operations research and statistical techniques to telecommunications systems and networks. 

In 1987, Telecom Australia (now Telstra), granted the Teletraffic Research Centre status as a Centre of Excellence in Teletraffic Engineering. We have had an on-going relationship ever since.

In addition to our strong industry focus, the Teletraffic Research Centre has been very successful in winning competitive research grants, such as Australian Research Council Discovery and Linkage Grants.

The Teletraffic Resarch Centre was proud to be co-host of the 2008 Australasian Telecommunications Network and Applications Conference.

For more information you can download a copy of the TRC brochure.

Teletraffic Research Centre

Level 5, Ingkarni Wardli
The University of Adelaide
SA 5005 Australia

T: +61 8 8313 5413
F: +61 8 8313 4395