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Haenggi Wins IEEE Paper Award

cbroadbent • Date: April 30, 2010

Martin Haenggi

Martin Haenggi and his co-authors have been awarded the 2010 Best Tutorial Paper Award from the IEEE Communications Society, for their paper "Stochastic Geometry and Random Graphs for the Analysis and Design of Wireless Networks", which appeared in the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications in September 2009.

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Faculty Examine Proposed National Broadband Plan

cbroadbent • Date: April 28, 2010

US Spectrum Allocation Chart

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently unveiled an ambitious National Broadband Plan aimed at bringing superfast broadband service to all U.S. residents by the end of the decade and making the United States a leader in high-speed Internet access to improve commerce and productivity.

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Long-Standing Expertise Impetus for Wireless Institute

cbroadbent • Date: February 11, 2010

Long-Standing Expertise Impetus for Wireless Institute

The College of Engineering has announced the launch of the Wireless Institute at the University of Notre Dame.

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Help Build WI

cbroadbent • Date: February 11, 2010

Help Build WI

A dozen faculty in the Colleges of Engineering, Business, and Arts & Letters are in the process of developing a research center focusing on technology, economics, policy, and social aspects of mobile wireless communication networks. We are looking for contacts in industry, government, and academia with whom we can collaborate to build the Institute and address major problems of great value to society.

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IEEE Conference on Smart Grid Communications

cbroadbent • Date: January 28, 2010

IEEE SMARTGRIDCOMM 2010 - Gaithersburg, Maryland 1st IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications

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CUDOS.NET White Paper Posted

cbroadbent • Date: November 17, 2009

CUDOS.NET White Paper Posted

High-speed wireless performance is hampered by many physical, economic, and political barriers. The Wireless Institute at the University of Notre Dame seeks to overcome these barriers by developing an environment, called “Capture, Understanding and Design of Wireless Socio-Technical Networks” or CUDOS.NET.

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