Three NYU Tandon teams win $2.5 million from an NSF partnership to ensure resiliency is part of next-G wireless telecommunications

Lightning-fast, low-latency wireless, from 5G to 6G and beyond, will enable such services as virtual and augmented reality streaming, near-zero latency vehicle-to-cloud communications to help self-driving cars navigate in real time, remote surgery, coordination of automated systems in factories and other facilities, and a plethora of futuristic consumer apps. But it will also open a …

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Telecoms delay 5G launch near airports, but some airlines are canceling flights

Wireless carriers Verizon and AT&T say they will go ahead with plans to switch on high speed 5G service nationwide Wednesday, except near airports and runways, due to worries that high tech radio signals could interfere with navigational systems on some aircraft. Emirates and other long-haul international airlines have canceled or rerouted flights into the …

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NYUSIM Version 3.1 Now Available

NYUSIM Version 3.1 enables simultaneous channel simulations with multiple antenna polarization configurations. Now users can select one polarization (co- or cross-polarization), two polarizations (co- and cross-polarization), or four polarizations (namely, vertical-to-vertical (V-V), horizontal-to-horizontal (H-H), vertical-to-horizontal (V-H), and horizontal-to-vertical (H-V) polarizations) for every single channel realization in the drop-based simulation mode.

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Read the Latest Edition of NYU WIRELESS Pulse

We invite you to enjoy the latest edition of our newsletter, Pulse. If you would like to receive new editions of the newsletter delivered directly into your inbox, please sign up on our newsletter page. This month’s edition has articles focused on the center pushing the boundaries of wireless communications, sensing, networking, and devices, including: …

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