WNL members Evgeny Khorov and Ilya Levitsky present Video Streaming with the NOMA over Wi-Fi prototype at IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2019)

IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) was held in Waikoloa on Hawaii, USA, on December 9-13, 2019. GLOBECOM is one of the IEEE Communications Society’s two flagship conferences dedicated to driving innovation in nearly every aspect of communications. On GLOBECOM 2019, WNL members Evgeny Khorov and Ilya Levitsky presented a Video Streaming with the NOMA over Wi-Fi prototype. The presentation was demonstrated on the Industry Demo “Video Streaming with the First-ever NOMA over Wi-Fi Prototype” and included prototypes for NOMA Access Point (AP) and NOMA station (STA) based on software-defined radio (SDR).

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Head of Wireless Networks Lab Evgeny Khorov Participates in The Moscow Financial Forum 2019

The Moscow Financial Forum will be held in the Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow on September 12 – 13, 2019. This is an annual event organized by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation and the Government of Moscow. Head of Wireless Networks Lab Evgeny Khorov will participate in the promising discussion dedicated to the potential of the young generation. The title of the session is «Youth as the main resource for achieving national goals».

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WNL Patent on a New Wireless Hypervisor

WNL lab has registered a patent on AirHype, a Wireless Hypervisor for 5G technology. AirHYPE is a part of a novel Architecture for 5G Systems (ARBAT) which was presented by WNL members I.F. Akyildiz, A. Kak, E. Khorov, A. Krasilov, and A. Kureev in the paper, called ‘ARBAT: A Flexible Network Architecture for QoE-aware Communications in 5G Systems’ published in December 2018 in Computer Networks.

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[Seminar] August 14, 2019 – Artem Krasilov – Ultra-reliable low-latency communications in 5G systems

Title: Ultra-reliable low-latency communications in 5G systems
Speaker: Artem Krasilov, Wireless Networks Lab Senior Researcher, IITP RAS, Russia.
The talk is dedicated to the Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (URLLC) which is one of the three main usage scenarios for 5G. It is envisioned as one of the enablers for future vertical applications such as industrial automation, remote robot control, e-health, autonomous driving, and so on. Such applications typically require that a wireless network shall deliver packets within a very short delay budget (less than 1 ms) and at the same time provide ultra-high reliability (higher than 99,999%).

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