The Wireless Communications and Networking Laboratory (WICON) is actively involved in the areas of wireless communications, networking, and security, with particular emphasis on resource allocation strategies, distributed protocol design, and security. Recently, our group has been involved in projects related to 4G/5G cellular systems, mmWave protocols (beamforming, initial access, phased antenna arrays, wireless backhauling, etc.), cognitive/agile radios, dynamic and shared spectrum access, harmonious coexistence of heterogeneous wireless systems, full-duplex transmissions, ultra-low-latency mobile edge computing (MEC), network slicing, physical-layer wireless security, satellite communications, MIMO systems, energy management in wireless sensor networks, and streaming over wireless links.
WICON was founded and is directed by Professor Marwan Krunz. The lab is located in Rm. 350, ECE Building.
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