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College of Engineering and Computing

Wireless Science and Engineering Laboratory

Description: The Wireless Science and Engineering Laboratory research includes understanding, evaluating and designing various portions of wireless communication systems, primarily at the physical and data link layers of the communications protocol stack. This includes modeling of the wireless channel itself, modulation/demodulation, transmitter/receiver signal processing, multiple access, etc. We work across a range of frequency bands, from HF to millimeter waves, and on a range of applications, from terrestrial short range to vehicle-to-vehicle, to air-to-ground communication systems.
Area: Wireless communications; Radio Propagation; Channel modeling; Spread spectrum; Modulation; Detection
Phone: 803-777-8334
Location: 3D41 Swearingen Engineering Center, 301 Main Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Director: Matolak, David
Website: Wireless Science and Engineering Laboratory Website

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