Bioengineers from the University of California, Los Angeles have successfully created a glove-like piece of technology that is capable of translating American Sign Language into English speech.
Iowa State University computer engineers have created an algorithm that could help to improve digital communications.
As the electromagnetic spectrum becomes ever more crowded with signals, engineers must work to fight against interference to ensure their messages get through. That's where the WARP program comes in.
Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have successfully created a synthetic Hall effect, one of the most well-known electromagnetic effects found in physics, to achieve one-way radio transmission.
Scientists from the NIST have successfully demonstrated a sensor that relies on atoms to receive communication signals.
ARISS' next generation radio system has successfully survived an assortment of stress tests, and is now poised to begin operation on the International Space Station.
Scientists from the University of California Irvine are working on a wireless transceiver that they hope will take wireless communication to the next level.
Scientists from the University of Arkansas have received funding from the US Navy in order to develop technology that will protect electronics from radiation.
Amazon is making moves to create a nationwide broadband network, and has filed an application with the FCC.
Scientists at POSTECH have created a new type of wearable vibration responsive monitor to improve voice recognition technology.