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Vulnerabilities of LTE and LTE‑Advanced Communications

LTE and LTE-Advanced technologies are vulnerable to interference as well as jamming. However, strategies and techniques exist to address interference and guarantee coexistence with other services, especially in critical situations. Robust device design and thorough testing are essential for maintaining stable and efficient communication in high-interference environments.

ETSI Releases Reports on THz Communications Systems

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute has recently announced the publication of two reports setting out a framework for future standardization efforts applicable to terahertz (THz) communications systems and devices.

FCC Expands List of Communications Equipment That Poses National Security Threat

The U.S. FCC has moved to expand the list of communications equipment and services...

Tech Glove Translates Sign Language Into Speech

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.

Exploring the Capabilities of the Fast Fourier Transform

Iowa State University computer engineers have created an algorithm that could help to improve digital communications.
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Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi Connectivity for the Internet of Things

Electrical engineers from the University of California San Diego are developing a new ultra-low power Wi-Fi radio.

Developing Wideband RF Systems That Can Withstand Electromagnetic Interference

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.

Leveraging the Principle of the Hall Effect to Boost Radio Signals

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.

NIST Team Demonstrates Atoms Can Receive Communication Signals

Scientists from the NIST have successfully demonstrated a sensor that relies on atoms to receive communication signals.

Next Generation Radio System from ARISS Successfully Completes Flight Certification Tests

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.
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