Upstream Research

Increased efficiency and optimization

The Wireless technology is a booming business that is finding far reaching benefits on a global level. Corporations, industrials, universities and etc, are implementing wireless solutions as individual organizations and users seek more freedom and constant access. Wi-Fi® is the latest buzzword to capture the market in our individual quest for access anywhere at any time. All of this comes at a price. In recent years, this technology has been specifically developed to support different types of high-speed wide-band applications such as Internet, video conference and multimedia. Error control coding, modulation format, signal performance are represented as many effective technique improving quality of data transmitted over noisy communications coverage. Using this technique, data protection is accomplished by increasing redundancy to the original data. Wireless communications is a highly technical area that involves all aspects of how to transmit and receive information over the wireless spectrum. This includes the study of wireless communication channel effects and modeling, the study and design of modulation techniques that are effective in challenging wireless environments, multi-chain techniques for wireless channels, error control coding techniques suitable for wireless channels, multiple access techniques, and mobility and resource management in wireless networks. New wireless access technologies and bandwidth intensive applications such as smart phones are at our doorstep making the need for efficient spectrum usage pressing. The upstream research programs in this area at the CWNES covered, super fast networks, interactive networks, industrial and energy networks, medical and healthcare networks, and etc.