Wireless local loop - Wikipedia
large-scale research activities include three centers: the national science foundation engineering research center for collaborative adaptive sensing of the atmosphere, which comprises one of the strongest academic groups in radar meteorology; the microwave remote sensing laboratory, which is one of the nation’s leading university research laboratories in microwave remote sensing of the environment; and the center for advanced sensor and communication antennas, a leader in developing antenna technology for national defense, air traffic control, homeland security, and other needs.
A wireless in local loop architecture utilizing directional multihop
as part of a campus-wide initiative in cyber-security, the department conducts research in embedded security including: lightweight implementation of security and privacy primitives; analysis and countermeasures of existing and proposed systems; test-bed deployment of novel systems.
Wireless Local Loop (WLL)
the wireless communication center is involved in applications such as personal communications systems, wireless local loop telephony, wireless local area networks, local multipoint distribution systems, wireless multimedia distribution, and radio frequency identification.
Downlink performance of a DS-CDMA wireless local loop system their research interests range from the fundamental underpinnings of emerging nanoelectronic devices, circuits, and computing architectures, all the way up to large complex, integrated, electronic sensing systems designed to sense processes ranging from the geophysical to the biological.
White Paper Internet of Things: Wireless Sensor Networks
ece department is engaged in funded research, both basic and applied, in the areas depicted in the illustration below.
Capacity of a wireless local loop network based on GSM - IEEE
current research includes computational nanoelectronics (including numerical issues dealing with 3-d simulation of nanostructures), nanofabrication, 2d and 3d integration, nanodevice-circuit interactions up to very high frequencies (terahertz), physical-information-theoretic description of nanoelectronic information processing, and fundamental physical limits in nanocomputation.