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Practical progress and research challenges in wireless technology.
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Radio communications remains a fertile area for research into new technologies, as practical systems generally remain far from the Shannon-Hartley limit. This presentation will highlight some interesting recent developments, such as the Weightless White Space system, novel ad-hoc communications links for specialist applications, and research on efficiency of modulation schemes. Challenges will be discussed in the development of spectrally-efficient agile radio front ends, improvement of near-constant-envelope modulations, and mesh networking protocols. Research in these and related areas could be of great benefit to users of mobile phones and other connected devices.
This talk is part of the Signal Processing and Communications Lab Seminars series.
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