Research

NYU WIRELESS’s research cover a wide range of problems in the development of next generation wireless technology – from basic devices to networks to applications. A key focus is in millimeter wave (mmWave) systems operating in the high frequency bands above 10 GHz. Due to the large available bandwidths in these frequencies, these bands has the potential to provide orders of magnitude greater data rates than today’s wireless systems working in the highly congested narrow bands below 3 GHz.

Our current research focus areas are:


high-speed, networking, & applications

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Prototyping & simulation software

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MmWave channel modeling

  • Dynamic channel models and blockage
  • Macro-diversity and COMP characterization
  • Long-range models
  • Spatial channel estimation & beam tracking
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mmWave cellular system design

  • Ultra low-latency MAC layer design
  • Spectrum sharing
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Medical

  • mmWave Health Effects
  • Wireless Hospitals
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Circuits & devices

  • Sub-THz materials
  • Low-power fully digital transceivers
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