Scientists from Tokyo Tech and NEC Corporation, Japan, have created a 39 GHz transceiver that comes with 5G capabilities.
Two NYU professors have received accolades from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Communications Society for their work in communications technology.
The United States Army is studying how smart cities could be utilized as a communication and information resource in the future.
Scientists have invented a new type of radar that is small portable, and powerful enough to help detect objects in real time.
Scientists from the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have designed a new type of pocket-sized antenna that could take mobile communications to the next level.
Scientists at the University of Delaware have developed a new way to create faster communication between photonics devices.
Scientists from the University of Gothenburg have discovered a new way to use overtones to create a faster method of data communication.
Scientists from the University of Leeds have devised a new way to create materials for miniaturizing telecommunication devices -- and it involves blasting tiny craters in glass.
Scientists unveil new microchip technology that enables photonic communication in consumer electronics.
Researchers are working on constructing a high-quality oceanic sensor network that could change the way we understand marine ecology.