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TU and NI join hands to produce next generation wireless communication technologies. ...

TU and NI join hands to produce next generation wireless communication technologies.

Good news for users of mobile devices who enjoy accessing multimedia content and social networking applications on the move!

Researchers at NTU are exploring ways to bring the speed and quality of wireless network communications up to par with that of wired communications. Better yet, their goal is to develop wireless devices that offer ultra-high-speed mobile broadband services at virtually zero cost to the user!

All these could become possible as Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and National Instruments (NI) join hands to develop the next-generation wireless communication technologies which are cheaper, faster, more reliable
and more pervasive.

Both parties formalised the partnership by inking a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) at NTU today.

Under the NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme, NI will provide $2.07 million worth of equipment that will be installed at the Positioning and Wireless Technology Centre (PWTC), a centre under NTU's School of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering (EEE). One key goal of the NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme is to develop future wireless communication protocols. The research team will be using the equipment to research into the practicality and performance of various wireless techniques.

PWTC's Programme Director for wireless network research, Assistant Professor Ting See Ho, explained, "One of the major problems faced worldwide currently is the increasing shortage of usable frequency spectrum, which is further aggravated by current spectrum allocation regulations. My research team aims to address these issues by developing the next generation of wireless communication technologies that are able to relay radio signals and scan for available 'holes' in airwaves without interfering with the incumbent users. This would mean that users can enjoy the highest quality, best performance and most cost-efficient networks."

"This project will not only bring about a technology breakthrough; it will also have a profound impact on current business models and inspire new designs for various wireless applications for the benefit of both mass-market and military users," added Assistant Professor Ting.

"Wireless communication research is gaining tremendous interest from the industry and NTU is a top-notch technological university with strong international standing in this field," said Chandran Nair, managing director for NI ASEAN. "We are pleased to equip PWTC with NI's technologies and support NTU's research efforts towards developing wireless technologies that will impact everyday life."

"This partnership demonstrates NTU's active collaboration and sharing of resources and expertise with our industry partners," said Professor Kam Chan Hin, Chair of EEE, NTU. "We look forward to leveraging on NI technologies in our research centre to expand our research and training capabilities at NTU. We will also make good use of the equipment for teaching purposes to prepare our graduates for professional careers in high-tech industries and to expose them to advanced research."

"The NTU-NI collaboration is a testament to our long-term community engagement. We look forward to helping enhance science, technology and engineering education and research through partnerships that will take academic research to a whole new level," said Victor Mieres, NI's vice president of
sales for Asia.

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    • Strategic Research Directions of
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
      Presented by:
      Ast/Prof Ting See Ho
      Principal Investigator
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Overview of NTU-NI WRP
      Wireless R&D Expertise
      S$2.07 million Equipment Funding
      Prototyping and proof-of-concept implementation
      Field trials and performance evaluation
      Graduate and undergraduate education
      Translate theory
      into practice
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Strategic Research Directions
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Cooperation and Cognition
      Licensed Users
      Rx
      Tx
      Cooperative techniques are found in WiMAX and 3G LTE.
      Cooperation
      Cognition (Tx)
      Unlicensed Users
      Cognition (Rx)
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Cooperation and Cognition
      Licensed Users
      Rx
      Tx
      Cognitive spectrum sharing is proposed in IEEE 802.22 for TV bands.
      +
      =
      Cooperation
      Cognition (Tx)
      Unlicensed Users
      Cognition (Rx)
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Gigabit Wireless Access
      MIMO
      1
      2
      1+2+3
      1+2+3
      1+2+3
      3
      Rx
      Tx
      MIMO
      Signal
      Processing
      With 3 antennas, we can increase data rate by 3 times, with no increase in power nor bandwidth!
      MIMO and OFDM techniques are already found in WiFi, WiMAX, DVB, 3G LTE
      1
      2
      3
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Blind Receiver Techniques
      Unknown
      transmitter
      What is the
      • carrier frequency?
      • symbol time?
      • modulation?
      • channel code?
      • encryption?
      Monitoring
      Node
      Parameter estimation and identification using correlation and cyclostationary techniques
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Postgraduate and Undergraduate Training
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme
    • Conclusion
      • Translate theory into practice
      • Strategic research directions
      • Cooperative cognitive wireless networks
      • Gigabit wireless access
      • Blind receiver techniques
      • Graduate and undergraduate education
      • And many more….
      Thank You!
      NTU-NI Wireless Research Programme