The Square Kilometre Array link to is currently being designed by an international team of scientists and engineers. When finished, the SKA will be the world's largest radio telescope, with a collecting area of one million square meters. The telescope will be co-hosted on two sites, with hundreds of 15-m radio dishes located in Southern Africa and thousands of dipole antennas in Western Australia. This will enable astronomers to observe radio waves at a large frequency range (from 50 MHz to 24 GHz). The SKA headquarters are located on the site of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, with astronomers and engineers from over the world actively involved in the development of the telescope. SKA and Next Generation Instrumentation is one of the research topics of the Pulsars and Time Domain Astrophysics group.