Welcome to our University Research Page. We will endeavor
to put important University Wireless research results
on this page for your use in advancing the state of the art in Wireless, RF & SS technology!
Much of the research in this area has been conducted by Virginia Tech's Mobile and Portable Radio
Research Group, which until the summer of 2002 was headed by Professor Ted Rappaport, who has long been
a leading light in the university wireless research field.
Dr. Rappaport has now moved to the
Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG), a newly established
research center within the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas, Austin.
The WNCG is focusing on research in seven key: Propagation and Antennas; Sensor and Ad-hoc Networks;
Modulation and Coding; Network Security; Signal Processing Techniques and Implementation;
Scheduling for 3G Networks; and Network Architectures, Software, and Protocol Performance.
We expect both of these schools to continue doing great research in our field!