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US regulators need to open up licensing of millimeter wave bands to make way for a coming renaissance in wireless, according to a leading researcher.
In response to the ever-increasing demand for wireless data capacity on the part of current consumers and the urgent need to bridge the digital divide in the developing world, Huawei Technologies is joining NYU WIRELESS as an industrial affiliate sponsor of research.
NYU WIRELESS announced that AT&T joined the university research center as an affiliate sponsor—a three-year commitment to collaborating on the next generation of mobile network technology.
Intel Becomes Latest Member of Research Center Exploring the Millimeter Wave Spectrum as a Means to Expand Wireless Data Capacity
On Friday January 24, 2014, NYU WIRELESS held its first ever “NYU WIRELESS Recruiting Day,” bringing industrial affiliate leaders to its Brooklyn research space to interview students for jobs and internships and view the important work being done in wireless communications by NYU
NYU WIRELESS researchers have used real-world channel measurements from Manhattan and Brooklyn to develop the first 5G omnidirectional channel models, and capacity results for mmWave cellular systems that could proliferate before 2020.
In an interview with FierceWirelessTech Editor Tammy Parker, Rappaport discussed NYU WIRELESS and his research involving millimeter-wave spectrum. Following is an edited and condensed version of that interview.
Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) has made a multi-year commitment to actively participate in 5G research activities together with the NYU WIRELESS research center. NSN joins NYU WIRELESS as an affiliate sponsor and advisory board member.
NYU WIRELESS was honored to welcome Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs as he visited the NYU-Poly campus last Monday November 18.
The goal of this NSF project is to gain a deep understanding of the 60 GHz propagation channel characteristics, and to develop effective 60 GHz network protocols that can be used in multi-user networks of the future.
Prof. Justin Cappos joins an elite group of ten young researchers named by Popular Science magazine as this year’s “Brilliant 10.”
NYU WIRELESS Professor Jon Viventi and his team of colleagues were awarded an NYU “Grand Challenge” grant to promote significant scientific research that has the potential to solve major national or global problems.
“Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular: It Will Work!,” a recent journal paper co-authored by NYU WIRELESS Director Theodore (Ted) Rappaport and his students, was among the top 50 papers downloaded from the entire library of IEEE in the month of June.
NYU WIRELESS Professor Sundeep Rangan has been given the honor of representing NYU-Poly at the National Academy of Engineering’s “Frontiers of Engineering Program,” to be held in Chantilly, France this November.
Several NYU WIRELESS students are processing the world’s first backhaul and mobile data at 72 GHz from Manhattan, and will augment this channel knowledge with recent work at 28, 38, and 60 GHz.
Predicting future trends is an essential skill for companies. To help them discover new trends that may be disruptive to existing Internet bandwidth,Time Warner Cable, in conjunction with the NYC Media Lab, has provided a $40k grant to NYU WIRELESS Professor Justin Cappos.
Qualcomm Technologies Inc. has joined the NYU WIRELESS research center as its fifth industrial affiliate sponsor and board member.
L-3 Communications has joined the NYU WIRELESS research center as an industrial affiliate sponsor and board member.
Samsung’s millimeter-wave transceiver technology could enable ultrafast mobile broadband by 2020.
Prof. Elza Erkip’s Paper Cited For Long-Lasting Impact In Wireless Communications.
Two leading electrical engineering magazines, Electronic Design Magazine (EDM) and Microwave Journal (MJ), recently interviewed NYU WIRELESS founder and director Ted Rappaport about the future of wireless communications, medicine, and education.
There is an extraordinary amount of video content available online now through popular websites like YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu.
NYU WIRELESS sophomore undergraduate researchers Jocelyn Schulz (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science) and George Wong (Physics & Math) received the award for Best-in-Panel in “Mathematics and Modeling in Understanding of the Physical World”
NYU WIRELESS is pleased to announce that graduate researchers Fraida Fund, George Kyriakou and Oner Orhan have advanced to the next round of the DARPA Spectrum challenge.
In the fast-paced world of wireless technology, researchers need a powerful and flexible platform to rapidly design and prototype communications systems and protocols at all layers of the protocol stack. Traditional test solutions, such as commercially available channel and base s
NYU WIRELESS Prof. Jonathan Viventi and researchers Shih-Cheng Cheng, Yen-Chia Chuan and Jui-Chih Wang have designed a small diameter (25 mm) and low-profile (7 mm) wireless electrophysiology system that can be implanted on different kinds of small animals.
NYU WIRELESS Electrical Engineering Professor Michael Knox and researcher Gavin Vitale are developing a method to reliably monitor heart rate by detecting arterial wall movement through the use of Radio Frequency (RF) electromagnetic waves.
Polytechnic Institute of New York University was ranked ninth place in the 2013 U.S News and World Report’s rankings for Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs.
In January, NYU WIRELESS students attended a three day NI LabVIEW Boot Camp that is intended to certify students and researchers who already have experience with LabVIEW through coursework or research projects.
Current wireless communication channels are experiencing heavy congestion due to the widespread use of smartphones and tablets world-wide, thus giving rise to an unprecedented demand for wider and faster cellular networks and less costly backhaul between base stations.
NYU WIRELESS medical students Leeor Alon, Gene Young Cho, and Cem Murat Deniz received the first place award in three competitions/grants for their startup RF Test Labs, Inc.
The Distinguished Engineering Alumni/Alumnae Award is presented to men and women who have distinguished themselves in any field in ways that reflect favorably on Purdue University, the engineering profession, or society in general.
Cisco Systems, Inc., to support a research project on “Video Adaptation for HTTP Live Streaming Using Perceptual Quality and Rate Models Considering the Impact of Temporal Variation of Frame Rate and Quantization”.
NYU-Poly’s NYU WIRELESS, Princeton University, and the University of Southern California totals $1.05 Million and was awarded as part of Intel’s highly competitive “5G” award competition.
The IEEE Information Theory Society is an international organization whose purpose is to connect people interested in processing, transmission, storage, and use of information, as well as theoretical and applied aspects of coding, communications, and communications networks.
NYU WIRELESS has opened 13,500 square feet of research space, which combines research in wireless technologies, computing and medical applications.
NYU WIRELESS Prof. Elza Erkip, has been elected to the inaugural class of the Science Academy Society of Turkey, a self-governing organization that aims to promote scientific merit, freedom and integrity.
Polytechnic Institute of New York University this week achieved ninth place in the 2013 U.S News and World Report’s rankings for Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs.
As the cellular industry rolls out fourth-generation Long Term Evolution (LTE) across the world, one has to believe that we are witnessing the dawn of an amazing new era, where wireless becomes so pervasive and intertwined with everything we do in life, just as the pen and paper a
InterDigital, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDCC) today announced that the company has joined NYU WIRELESS as an Industrial Affiliate. The company joins National Instruments (NASDAQ: NATI) and Samsung as members of the new research center that was announced in August.
NYU-Poly Salary Potential Ranked Highest in New York City and Fourth Among All Engineering Schools.
NYU WIRELESS researcher, Felix Gutierrez, recently received a core component of his PhD research: Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFICs) fabricated with on-chip antennas.
Why wireless? There MUST be a better way. The Problems: Many independent devices, massive disparate, non-standard data, potential for RFI and ground loops, lack of interconnectivity, tethering, trip hazards. In anesthesia, interconnectivity is key and many people must interact.
The US Department of Education has awarded Graduate Awards in Areas of National Need (GAANN) fellowships to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the Polytechnic Institute of New York University to support three PhD students in Electrical and Computer Engineering fo
IEEE EDUCATION SOCIETY GIVES THEODORE S. RAPPAPORT ITS ANNUAL EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
New York University is the latest institution to open a wireless health research center, though NYU is calling its effort the “first academic research center combining the exploration of advanced wireless technologies, computing and medical applications.”