Zhang graduation
May 03, 2019

Menglei Zhang became ComSenTer's very first doctoral graduate after defending his PhD thesis at New York University on April 18 in front of an audience of his thesis committees and invited students.

In his thesis "Will TCP work in Low Latency Networks", Zhang evaluated the performance of traditional TCP and new congestion control algorithms in the low latency networks.

Millimeter-Wave Circuits for 5G and Radar
April 18, 2019

The new book "Millimeter-Wave Circuits for 5G and Radar", co-edited by Ali Niknejad, ComSenTer Co-director, and Gernot Hueber (Silicon Austria Labs) is currently in print at the Cambridge University Press and will be available online in May and in hardcopy form at the end of July 2019.  A limited number of copies will be available at RFIC/IMS in June.

Sixth Annual Brooklyn 5G Summit
January 30, 2019

The NYU WIRELESS Research Center and Nokia co-organize the 6th Annual Brooklyn 5G Summit on April 23-26, 2019 in Brooklyn, NY with the special focus "First year of the 5G era".

Andreas Molisch
November 07, 2018

Andreas Molisch receives the 2018 Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement Award which the IEEE Communications Society grants annually for its member who “demonstrates outstanding contributions over a period of years in the field of interest of the Society”.

IEEE ComSoc awarded Molisch “for pioneering contributions to wireless channel measurement and modeling and spectrally efficient wireless transmission techniques,” as it stated in the award announcement.

Mark Rodwell speaking at NYU
November 01, 2018

ComSenTer Director Mark Rodwell from UC Santa Barbara discussed “Wireless Above 100GHz” in NYU Wireless & ECE Special Seminar Series on “Circuits: Terahertz(THz) & Beyond” on October 9, 2018.

In his talk Rodwell focused on services, systems, Integrated Circuits (ICs) and Devices investigated in ComSenTer. “We are looking for carrier frequencies above a 100 GHz,” Rodwell said in his introduction. “This brings us two opportunities. One is simply a much more available spectrum. The other is, because the wave links are short, we can do massive spatial multiplexing.”

June 28, 2018

A research group is exploring 5G’s ultimate replacement -- terahertz-based 6G wireless -- which could be in commercial use within 10 years.

Coinciding with a signing-off of global standardizations for the as-yet-unlaunched 5G radio technology by 3GPP this month we get news of initial development plans for faster 6G wireless. The Center for Converged TeraHertz Communications and Sensing (ComSenTer) says it’s investigating new radio technologies that will make up 6G.

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Photo-illustration of 6G
May 22, 2018

The first thought that popped into your head as soon as you read this article’s headline was likely something along the lines of “Wait, I thought we were still waiting on 5G.” And that’s true: This is the year 5G deployment is finally picking up steam.

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NYU Tandon entrance to 6 MetroTech, Rogers Hall. ​
May 09, 2018

While fifth-generation (5G) wireless  technologies and protocols are still in development, researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are reaching even further into the future as partners in ComSenTer, a newly formed hub for advanced wireless and sensing research founded by a consortium of industrial participants and the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

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Wireless Technology
January 17, 2018

Imagine a roomful of 1,000 students all simultaneously experiencing an augmented reality lecture and demonstration. Or, how about riding in an autonomous vehicle that can detect, in real time and despite inclement weather, an accident or obstacle miles ahead? For those scenarios to be possible, we need a new, enhanced generation of wireless communication.

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