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Scientists Developing Wireless Transceiver to Go Beyond 5G Network

Scientists from the University of California Irvine are working on a wireless transceiver that they hope will take wireless communication to the next level.

Developing Radiation-Resistant Electronics

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 Gears Up Plans To Launch Nationwide Broadband Service

Amazon is making moves to create a nationwide broadband network, and has filed an application with the FCC.

Wearable Vibration Sensor to Improve Voice Recognition Technology

Scientists at POSTECH have created a new type of wearable vibration responsive monitor to improve voice recognition technology.

Creating a Low-Cost, More Accurate 39 GHz Transceiver for 5G Technologies

Scientists from Tokyo Tech and NEC Corporation, Japan, have created a 39 GHz transceiver that comes with 5G capabilities.
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NYU Communication Theory Researchers Honored by IEEE Communications Society

Two NYU professors have received accolades from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Communications Society for their work in communications technology.

Army Studies Smart Cities For New Communication Methods

The United States Army is studying how smart cities could be utilized as a communication and information resource in the future.

Designing A Portable Radar Device To Help The Visually Impaired ‘See’

Scientists have invented a new type of radar that is small portable, and powerful enough to help detect objects in real time.

Creating A Novel Compact Antenna That Can Go Where Radios Can’t

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.

Improving Object Detection With Low-Bandwidth Radar Technology

Scientists from Tel Aviv University have designed a new radar technology that operates with low-bandwidth.
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