University of Arizona Research Center Developing Next-Generation Wireless Technology

The University of Arizona’s Broadband Wireless Access and Applications Center is leading a nationwide effort to develop next-generation wireless technologies. The UA Center was awarded a continuing grant of $1.6 million over five years from the National Science Foundation.

The center has received funding to support research on next-gen wireless broadband, boosting speed and bandwidth while enabling technologies like wearable computing devices.

Read more about how the Center’s research is focusing on securing data, improving wireless speed and providing universal connectivity.