Editor’s Picks

  1. Novel Communications Architecture For Future Ultra-High Speed Wireless Networks
    6/12/2019

    The radio frequency spectrum, the basis for wireless telecommunications, is a finite resource that needs to be managed effectively to satisfy the demands posed by the exponential growth in wireless internet access. IMDEA Networks researchers have developed a novel communications architecture for future ultrafast wireless networks that promises to achieve data rates previously only possible with optical fiber.

  2. Novel Communications Architecture For Future Ultra-High Speed Wireless Networks
    6/12/2019

    The radio frequency spectrum, the basis for wireless telecommunications, is a finite resource that needs to be managed effectively to satisfy the demands posed by the exponential growth in wireless internet access. IMDEA Networks researchers have developed a novel communications architecture for future ultrafast wireless networks that promises to achieve data rates previously only possible with optical fiber.

  3. Antennas Of Flexible Nanotube Films An Alternative For Electronics
    6/10/2019

    Antennas made of carbon nanotube films are just as efficient as copper for wireless applications, according to researchers at Rice University's Brown School of Engineering. They're also tougher, more flexible and can essentially be painted onto devices.

  4. Astronomers Uncover First Polarized Radio Signals From Gamma-Ray Burst
    6/19/2019

    An international team of astronomers has captured the first-ever polarized radio waves from a distant cosmic explosion.

  5. The Week in 5G: 7/16/2019 — Israel Uses Tender and Novel Spectrum Auction Approach to Encourage 5G Rollout, FCC Takes Aim at Mid-Band and LFA Fees
    7/16/2019

    Plus, AT&T joins MxD to accelerate 5G manufacturing applications, the USAF jumps into the commercial 5G fray, Vodafone UK launches a 5G wireless router to turn its 5G network into Wi-Fi, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G!

  6. Design Work On 'Brain' Of World’s Largest Radio Telescope Completed
    5/9/2019

    An international group of scientists led by the University of Cambridge has finished designing the ‘brain’ of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), the world’s largest radio telescope. When complete, the SKA will enable astronomers to monitor the sky in unprecedented detail and survey the entire sky much faster than any system currently in existence.

  7. The Week in 5G: 7/8/2019 — London’s 5G Rollout Seemingly Successful, Trump Yields to Huawei, SK Telecom Eyes 6G Future
    7/8/2019

    Also, the UK's other telecoms rush to catch up to EE, the Philippines claims the first commercially available 5G internet in Southeast Asia, the U.S. FCC mulls its mid-band spectrum auction plans, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G