COSMOS Testbed Designated as Generally Available, Nodes Named After Major Graduating Contributors, and NSF Supplemental Funding Available

The COSMOS testbed was recently designated as Generally Available, by the PAWR Program Office. Namely, the testbed is now available to experimenters, and NSF PI’s of active research awards can…

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A video about PhD student Tingjun Chen and his contributions to COSMOS featured in the Columbia Engineering website

Columbia University Ph.D. student Tingjun Chen, who made numerous contributions to the COSMOS testbed, was featured in the Student Spotlight  section of the Columbia Engineering website with the following video that highlights parts…

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Full Duplex Integration Featured in IEEE Comm. Society Full Duplex Wireless Communications Emerging Technologies Initiatives

 The IEEE ComSoc Full Duplex Wireless Communications Emerging Technologies Initiatives (ETI) aims to develop self-interference cancellation and mitigation techniques and to develop technology enablers and associated physical layer and medium access control layer…

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