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October 2004

Research News:

 

Penn-State Research News: Multi-Rate Laser Pulses Could Boost Outdoor Optical Wireless Performance

 

Penn-State Board of Trustees meets; President Spanier's remarks

 

October 27, 2004

·          University Park, Pa. --- Multi-rate, ultra-short laser pulses -- with wave forms shaped like dolphin chirps -- offer a new approach to help optical wireless signals penetrate clouds, fog and other adverse weather conditions, say Penn State engineers.

§         Government Technology: Optical Wireless Signals

§         SCI-TECH TODAY: Digital Dolphins May Improve Telecom

§         ScienceDaily: Multi-rate Laser Pulses Could Boost Outdoor Optical Wireless Performance

§         GehirnwäschefürMobiltelefone: Per Laserpuls

§         Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Update on free-space optics

§         EurekAlert: Multi-rate laser pulses

§         Innovation report: Multi-rate laser pulses could boost outdoor optical wireless performance

§         Laser Focus World: Multi-rate laser pulses could boost outdoor optical wireless performance

§         Laser Focus World: Conf.  Review: Optics East features nanotechnology and ITCom

§         Photonics Online: Multi-Rate Laser Pulses Could Boost Outdoor Optical Wireless Performance

§         IL SOLE 24 ORE: Comunicazioni ottiche superano anche la nebbia

§         The Feature: Beamed Bandwidth

§         Bayern Photonics: Laser-Datenübertragung: Als Puls besser durch Wolken und Nebel

§         The Engineer: Dolphin chirps send a clear message

 

September 2004

Call for Papers:

 

Journal of Optical Networking, --- Optical Wireless Communications (OWC):

 

Guest Editors: Shlomi Arnon, David M. Britz, Anthony C. Boucouvalas, and

Mohsen Kavehrad.

 

In Process; ...


 
http://www.osa-jon.org/features/features.html      Cached -    Similar pages

 

May 2004

CICTR was awarded a DARPA / AFRL contract to work on ORCLE Program

  

February 2004

 

CICTR launches new projects with ATT Laboratories, New Jersey

·         Last Mile

·         Broadband Wireless LANs

 

December 2003

December 4, 2003

 

Penn-State Research News: Copper wire shown to be competitive with fiber optic cable for LANS

University Park, Pa. -- Penn State engineers have developed and simulation tested a copper wire transmission scheme for distributing a broadband signal over local area networks (LANS) with a lower average bit error rate than fiber optic cable that is 10 times more expensive.

§         Eurek-Alert: Copper wire ……………..

§         GRID Today: Copper Wire Competitive With Fiber Optic Cable For LANS

§         HimTimes: Copper Wire……………

§         Continuity Central: Copper wire broadband LANS shown to have advantages over fibre …

§         Today's focus: Cat-6 may go farther…………..

§         Wire and Cable International Overview (page-3): Copper seen as competition for FO cable

§         Monitor: Copper wire competitive………….

§         The WAI Connection: Can copper wire match……….

§         UOL Inovacao: Cobre pode substituir fibra óptica na transmissão de dados

§         CTFQ: O Potal Oficial da……………

§         BrightSurf:  Copper wire shown to be competitive

§         Speed guide: Copper wire………………

§         Net Market: Cobre pode substituir fibra óptica na transmissão de dados

§         Industrial Networking: Copper competitive with fibre optic cable for LANs?

§         Innovations-report: Copper wire shown to be competitive with fiber optic cable for LANS

§         HPC Wire: Copper Wire Competes With Fiber Optic Cable For Lans

§         Digital Education Navigator: Copper Wire Transmission Scheme

§         Distance Educator: Copper wire shown to be competitive with fiber optic cable for LANS

§         Science Blog: Copper wire shown to be competitive with fiber optic cable for LANS

§         RedNova: Copper Wire Competes With Fiber Optic Cable

§         Nexans White Paper: Dynamic Performance……….

§         Nexans White Paper: Nexans efforts on 10Gbe over UTP

 

November 2003

 

CICTR presents on the 10GBASE-T proposed “Transmission Strategies for 10GBASE-T over Category-5e and 6 Copper Wiring,” at the IEEE Plenary Week 10GBASE-T Study Group Meeting held November 10-13, 2003 in Albuquerque, New Mexico: http://www.ieee802.org/3/10GBT/public/nov03/index.html

August 2003

Pittsburgh Digital Greenhouse Inc award on "10000BASE-T over Standard Copper Cable - Receiver Design Optimization"

 

March 2003

R&D Highlight Lockheed Martin’s Partnership with Penn State - Lockheed Martin has emerged as a strong corporate partner with Penn State in the last decade. Formed in March 1995 by the merger of two technology companies, Lockheed Corporation and Martin Marietta Corporation, the company is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, and employs about 125,000 people worldwide.

February 2003

International Copper Association LTD - Transmission Strategies for High-Speed Access over Copper Wiring Project starts.

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