Welcome to BWAC
Upcoming Fall 2020 BWAC Semi-Annual Meeting
Due to COVID-19, the semiannual BWAC IAB Meeting will take place virtually via Zoom, Nov 9-10, 2020. A link to the meeting will be sent directly to IAB members and other participants. To help with the logistics, participants (IAB members, BWAC faculty and students, and other invited parties) are required to register at the following link:
Registration: Click here to register for the meeting.
A tentative agenda for the meeting can be found here.
Broadband Wireless Access and Applications Center (BWAC) is a multi-university NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC), led by the University of Arizona in partnership with University of Mississippi, Catholic University of America, and North Carolina State University. Along with NSF support, BWAC is funded by 20+ affiliate members from industry and DoD labs.
BWAC aims at advancing wireless technologies and providing cost-effective and practical solutions for next-generation (5G & beyond) wireless systems, millimeter-wave communications, wireless cybersecurity, shared-spectrum access systems, full-duplex transmissions, massive MIMO techniques, and others.
The mission of BWAC is to collaborate with industry research partners to create flexible, efficient, and secure wireless networks that satisfy broadband communication needs in businesses, in the home, and in the lives of individuals.
- Address issues of spectrum through novel broadband technologies
- Work with industry and academic partners to pursue large-scale research programs and create new visions for the wireless industry
BWAC Renewed 5 More Years
NSF has made awards to the University of Arizona, Virginia Tech, University of Mississippi, and the Catholic University of America, renewing BWAC for another five years.
BWAC Phase-II officially started on Oct. 1, 2018. It continues to be led by the University of Arizona under the directorship of Professor Marwan Krunz.