Cognitive Radio: A Panacea for RF Spectrum Scarcity

August 30, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – August 30, 2016 @ 8:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Room: 202
Bldg: ECE

Co-sponsored by: NJ Coast & North Jersey MTT/AP & ED/CAS


Wireless communication networks enable all members of society to connect with each other.  With the prevalence of cell phones, laptops with built-in WiFi, Bluetooth headset, and other similar devices in our everyday world, we are totally immersed in communication technology. Moreover, our connectivity is almost entirely ubiquitous and its reach extends to the most remote corners of the planet.  However, given the growing amount of wireless chatter and transmissions surrounding us across the airwaves, the ability for wireless technology to accommodate this amount of growth is quickly approaching a critical limit in terms of how many more devices can be supported across the same frequency within the context of the current regulatory framework used to simultaneously handle this plethora of wireless appliances.  In this talk, we will examine one potential solution to this issue called cognitive radio.  In particular, several innovative solutions and initiatives involving cognitive radio designed to address this growth issue.

Speaker(s): Prof. Alexander M Wyglinski,


Event Time:6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

6:00 PM- Refreshments and Networking

6:30PM-7:30 PM: Talk by Prof. Alexander M Wyglinski, PhD

Seminar in ECE 202

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Room: 202
Bldg: ECE
161 Warren Street
Newark, New Jersey