Wireless

Proving the concept that local WiFi signals can be used to monitor moving objects and bodies that are otherwise visually obscured. Although fundamentally similar to traditional radar systems, our novel ...

The Department of Electrical Engineering at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University needed to implement a computationally intensive direction-of-arrival (DOA) algorithm in an FPGA to estimate arrival angles ...

Designing and building a simple and compact ground synthetic aperture radar (SAR) for on-ground imaging.

Most implanted medical devices (IMDs), such as pacemakers, insulin pumps, and neurostimulators, include wireless capabilities that use proprietary security protocols. Our goal was to prove that security ...

Billions of devices will soon be connected to the Internet in line with the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT). This means 5G must make highly efficient use of the wireless spectrum. Spectrally efficient ...

Much of the population in Brazil, especially in rural or remote areas, lacks Internet access. Mobile phones capable of 5G technology can connect the poorest people to the outside world, but Brazil needs ...

By 2020, Cisco forecasts 5.5 billion people will own mobile phones, but today’s wireless networks can't handle the rapidly approaching, hyper-connected future.

Exploiting the benefits of software defined radio (SDR) technology in real time to develop the next generation of novel communication systems.

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