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Dec. 2017

Online meeting open to all IEEE members and colleagues.

M. Kavehrad " Optical Wireless Evolution for Communications, Sensing, Navigation, Positioning, Surveillance, and imaging Applications," IEEE New Jersey Coast Communications (COM019) Chapter Distinguished Lecture, WEBCAST, December 2017.

 

Sept. 2017

M. Kavehrad, “Optical Wireless: Theory and Applications,” XXXV Brazilian Communications and Signal Processing Symposium, (IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Keynote), São Pedro, SP- Brazil, September 2017.

 

June 22, 2017

M. Kavehrad " Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO); Potential Applications – Myth and Reality," IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecture Tour, European Space Agency-ESTEC, The Netherlands, June 22, 2017.

 

June 21, 2017

M. Kavehrad " Optical Wireless: Theory and Applications," IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecture Tour, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, June 21, 2017.

 

June 20, 2017

M. Kavehrad " Optical Wireless: Theory and Applications," IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecture Tour, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, June 20, 2017.

 

March 22, 2017
Feb. 2017

Science Node: Hello bursts of light, goodbye cables

 

IEEE Spectrum: Data Centers of the Future Could Send Bits Over Infrared Lasers Instead of Fiber Optic Cables

 


Apr. 2016

Prof. M. Kavehrad was invited to the:

Centennial Claude E.Shannon Conference on the Future of the Information Age

Photo with Dr. Marcus Weldon CTO of Nokia and President of Bell Labs at Claude E. Shannon Centennial, April 28-29, 2016.

More Photos with Eminent Visionaries

Video -1 (Candid Moments)

Lecture Series currently available on You Tube

 


Apr. 2016

Congratulations to Mohammadreza Aminikashani on receiving the Penn State Alumni Association Dissertation Award, Distinguished Doctoral Scholar Medal in recognition of his outstanding professional accomplishment and achievement in scholarly research.

Also: Five engineering students receive awards from the Graduate School

Also in 2015: Graduate students develop sustainability solutions to change the world

Also in 2013: Winners of 2013 College of Engineering Research Symposium announced

Photo with Penn State President Eric Barron at the Graduate Student Awards Luncheon.

Photo with Dr. Amr Elnashai, Prof. Victor Pasko, EE Graduate Program Coordinator and Prof. Peter J. Butlerat, Associate Dean for Education in the College of Engineering at the Graduate Student Awards Luncheon.

 


Apr. 2016

Congratulations to the Electrical Engineering Melvin P. Bloom Memorial Outstanding Doctoral Research Award Winner;
Wenjun Gu

 


Jan. 2016

Prof. M. Kavehrad was selected as IEEE Distinguished Lecturer

Also: http://news.psu.edu/story/386368/2016/01/06/academics/kavehrad-selected-ieee-communications-society-distinguished

 


Dec. 2015

Prof. M. Kavehrad Presented an Invited Keynote at
WiSEE 2015 on Optical Wireless Theory and Applications.

 



Dec. 2015
 

2015 New Book - Short Range Optical Wireless: Theory and Applications

 


Aug. 2015

 

National Science Foundation

NeTS: Medium: Collaborative Research: Flexible All-Wireless Inter-Rack Fabric for Datacenters Using Free-Space Optics

Award # 1513866

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA.


Jul. 2015
 

2015 SUMMER TOPICALS MEETING SERIES

Indoor Positioning by Light

M. Kavehrad as Invited Speaker

 

April 2015

 

Visible Light Communications: Demand Factors, benefits and Opportunities


Mar. 2015

 

New Book Chapter

 Visible Light Communications ( ISBN – 9781107061552 )

Nov. 2014

COWA Meeting Agenda November, 2014

Georgia Tech to host Center on Optical Wireless Applications meeting.
GA-Tech hosted an industrial advisory board meeting of the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Optical Wireless Applications (COWA) on  November 19 - 21, 2014 at The Centergy One Building Conference Center

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Nov. 2014

 

Kavehrad invited to visible light communications experts panel

November 19, 2014

READ MORE

 


Oct. 2014

Could A Nobel Prize-Winning Innovation Have Almost Been Overlooked By Silicon Valley?

"The most compelling story of how Internet of Light will transform our world is the one still being written: the future of lighting/communications/sensing and the birth of a new enterprise lighting network." 

~ M. Kavehrad

 

Jul. 2014

Kavehrad invited to share expertise at visible light communication conference

July 29, 2014

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Mohsen Kavehrad, W. L. Weiss Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering, will participate in the inaugural China Visible Light Communication (CVLC) Industry Technology Innovation and Application Alliance Conference. READ MORE.

China Visible Light Communications (CVLC) Alliance

August 28, 2014 - Dr. Peng Deng with Penn State (Dr. Kavehrad's Lab) presenting at the CVLC

CVLC plans to invest 150 million RMB per year to accelerate the industrialization process of this technology. If this is exploited, then the city of Guangzhou in China will become the center of the VLC world.

July 2014  

Article on Engineering Experience by Mohsen Kavehrad

Web Journal FERMAT: July-August Issue, Vol.4.

 (http://www.e-fermat.org/)

 

May 2014

COWA Meeting Agenda May 8, 2014

Penn State to host Center on Optical Wireless Applications meeting.
Penn State hosted an industrial advisory board meeting of the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Optical Wireless Applications (COWA) on  May 21 - 23, 2014 at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel.

 

March 2014

Ethernet Standardization Seminar March 28, 2014


A seminar featuring two guest speakers, John D'Ambrosia,
Chief Ethernet Evangelist, CTO Office, Dell Inc. and David Law,
Distinguished Engineer, HP Networking will be held on Friday, March 28
from 10:15-11:45am in 112 Chambers. Our guests will discuss how
Networking has transfigured the world as we know it, and the networking
technology that, arguably, has had the largest impact is Ethernet.
However, it is not just the underlying technology of Ethernet that has driven its success, but the very fact that Ethernet has been standardized in an open manner by the IEEE 802.3. In today’s world, the industry has grown to demand the multi-source interoperability that have come to be expected from IEEE 802.3 standards, raising the bar of expectations that products must be meeting in order to be successful. For more details on the seminar click here.

 

January 2014

COWA in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronic Showcase, January 6 - 10, 2014

COWA was invited by the NSF to participate in this year's Consumer Electronic Showcase. Penn State sent three representatives and conducted several live demonstrations of a working video transmission link using light and a new accurate Indoor Positioning System using visible light communication (VLC) technology. The key objective in participating in the Show was to meet prospective companies and explain the benefits of becoming a COWA member, leading to new member deployment.

See more on COWA's participation at CES here.

Watch a video on the system here.

See the report by: Rachel Horn - Manager, Publications, Consumer Electronics Association -

December 2013

December 2013 Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting Agenda

The fourth COWA Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting was held on Georgia Tech campus in order to discuss the new results of the projects of the interdisciplinary research Center, providing leadership to develop new generation of environment-friendly, extremely wideband optical wireless technology applications, employing solid-state devices for communications, networking, imaging, positioning and remote sensing. New IAB members from Telekom Malaysia were welcomed to this meeting. Airbus and Telekom Malaysia presented overviews on their industries and interests.

October 2013 Optical wireless may be the answer to
dropped calls, and more


Communicating by light could help ease worsening spectrum crunch.


By David Pacchioli
October 2, 2013

 

In the news:

 

October 2013

Second International Workshop IWOW 2013

 

New castle, United Kingdom

 

http://soe.northumbria.ac.uk/owc/committee.php

 

Sept. 17, 2013

Invited Presentation at the 11th:

IDGA's Military Antennas East - CICTR

Multi-band, Multi-service, Sensing - Metamaterial

September 17 - 18, 2013 in Washington, D.C.

 

 

July 31, 2013

NSF Projects Highlights:

The LiFi Revolution

July 2013  

18th European Conference on Network & Optical Communications

 

July 10-12, 2013

 

Dr. M. Kavehrad is invited Keynote Speaker

 

Click on : KEYNOTES

 

June  2013

 

Very High-Speed Optical Wireless Communications (OWC) at 1550 nm Infrared wavelength.

Lower speed version, click on the link below::

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOKBbuGiy9w

 

May 2013

Optical Wireless Applications Group Meeting Agenda

 

Improving communications security and efficiency, eliminating electromagnetic interference and easing the spectrum crunch are some of the topics that will be tackled at the third Industrial Advisory Board meeting of the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Optical Wireless Applications (COWA), May 15-17, on the Penn State University Park campus

 

April 2013  

Inspired by Nature

 

A book titled “The Shark’s Paintbrush: Biomimicry and How Nature is Inspiring Innovation” includes an interview with Mohsen Kavehrad, the W.L. Weiss Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering.

 

Author Jay Harman interviewed Kavehrad on a paper he published through a DARPA / AFRL project.

 

“We had discovered the dolphin chirps look like wavelet waveforms we used to transmit optical pulses through clouds,” Kavehrad said in an email. “The book is meant to encourage people to get inspirations from nature to imagine and invent.”

 

December 2012 Penn State Establishes Relationship with Chinese University

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The College of Engineering has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with China's Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST).

Read More ...

 

November 2012

Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Optical Wireless Applications Meeting Agenda

 November 2012 Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting

 The second COWA Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting was held on the Georgia-Tech campus in Atlanta  in order to discuss the progress of on-going and new projects of the interdisciplinary research Center, providing leadership to develop new generation of environment-friendly, extremely wideband optical wireless technology applications, employing solid-state devices for communications, networking, imaging, positioning and remote sensing.

In this meeting Boeing announced collaboration with the COWA team on use of Visible Light Communications and Positioning by Light.

 

July 2012  

IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topicals 2012

 

Optical Wireless Systems and Applications

 

General Co-Chairs: Dr. G. K. Chang, Dr. M. Kavehrad

9-11 July 2012, Seattle, Washington

Four papers were contributions of:

  • W. Zhang, M. Kavehrad,” A 2-D Indoor Localization System Based On Visible Light LED,” IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topical Conference – Optical Wireless Systems Applications, Seattle, July 2012.

  • Y. U. Lee, M. Kavehrad,” Long-range Indoor Hybrid Localization System Design with Visible Light Communications and Wireless Network,” IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topical Conference – Optical Wireless Systems Applications, Seattle, July 2012.

  • P. Deng, M. Kavehrad, X. Yuan, “Comparing Wide Field-of-View Optical Receivers for Free Space Optical Communications,” IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topical Conference – Optical Wireless Systems Applications, Seattle, July 2012.

  • M. Kavehrad, M.I.S. Chowdhury, ”An Archipelago of High-Bandwidth Islands by Optical Wireless Systems – A Solution to the USA Wireless Airwaves Spectrum Crunch,” IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topical Conference – Optical Wireless Systems Applications, Seattle, July 2012.

July 2012  

Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics

Dr. Kavehrad presented on Optical Wireless Applications at the WNLO located in OPTICAL VALLEY in Wuhan China.

 

May 2012

Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Optical Wireless Applications meeting Agenda

 The first COWA Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting was held on Penn State University Park campus in order to discuss the new projects of the interdisciplinary research Center, providing leadership to develop new generation of environment-friendly, extremely wideband optical wireless technology applications, employing solid-state devices for communications, networking, imaging, positioning and remote sensing.

 

April 2012 NSF Award Title
Very High-Speed, Infrared VCSEL-Array Light Wireless Links

See also: Award Abstract #  1201636

 

March 2012 The Joint Communications and Computer Chapter of IEEE Kingston Section is proud to announce the following Technical Lecture.

Title: Creating High-Bandwidth Islands – A Solution to the Current Mobile Radio Spectrum Crunch

Time: Thursday, March 29, 1:00 PM

Location: Royal Military College, Sawyer Building, S4301

Kingston, Ontario - Canada

Speaker: Prof. Mohsen Kavehrad, Director of CICTR, Center for Information and Communications Technology Research,

The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

 

January 2012

NSF Award Title
 
I/UCRC for Optical Wireless Applications

See also: Award Abstract #1160924

 

Penn State Research News Break:

NSF approves Penn State

"Optical Wireless Applications" Center

 

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has approved an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Optical Wireless Applications in Penn State's Department of Electrical Engineering. The center will be funded by a five-year NSF grant and directed by Dr. Mohsen Kavhrad, W. L. Weiss Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering.

The Georgia Institute of Technology also will participate in the cooperative project.

The center will aim to generate technology that enables manufacturing of specific devices with larger communications capacity by employing integrated opto-electronics device design with interfaces necessary to facilitate collaborative device, system and network design.

Other engineering faculty who will participate in the project include Kevin Houser, associate professor of architectural engineering; Tim Kane, professor of electrical engineering; Zhiwen Liu, associate professor of electrical engineering; and Shizhuo Yin, professor of electrical engineering.

Read the whole story

 

January 2012

 

Looking for an item in a large department store or mall can be like searching for a needle in a haystack, but that could change thanks to a hybrid location-identification system that uses radio frequency transmitters and overhead LED lights, suggested by a team of researchers from Penn State and Hallym University in South Korea

Dr. Kavehrad presented two papers at Photonics West _ Broadband Access Conference:

  1. Y.U. Lee, S. Baang, J. Park, Z. Zhou, M. Kavehrad, “Hybrid Positioning with Lighting LEDs and Zigbee Multihop Wireless Networks, ”SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco-CA., January 2012.

     

  2. Z. Zhou, M. Kavehrad, P. Deng “Energy Efficient Lighting and Communications, ”SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco-CA., January 2012.

 

December 2011

 

IEEE GLOBECOM 2011

 

The 2nd IEEE Workshop on Optical Wireless Communications

5-9 December 2011, Houston, Texas

 

 

November 2011

 

New Book

 

Advanced Optical Wireless Communication Systems

Hardback

 ( ISBN-13: 9780521197878 )

Optical wireless communications is a dynamic area of research and development. Combining fundamental theory with a broad overview, this book is an ideal reference for anyone working in the field, as well as a valuable guide for self-study. It begins by describing important issues in optical wireless theory, including coding and modulation techniques for optical wireless, wireless optical CDMA communication systems, equalization and Markov chains in cloud channels and optical MIMO systems, as well as explaining key issues in information theory for optical wireless channels. The next section describes unique channels that could be found in optical wireless applications, such as NLOS UV atmospheric scattering channels, underwater communication links and a combination of hybrid RF/optical wireless systems. The final section describes applications of optical wireless technology, such as quantum encryption, visible light communication, IR links and sensor networks, with step-by-step guidelines to help reduce design time and cost.

 

September 2011

 

Executive Committee of the IEEE PIMRC-2011 (Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications) . This will be held in Toronto-Canada,  September 2011.

 

August 2011

Discovery News:

 

Flickering Lights could Power Wireless Networks

 

 

July 2011

 

Dr. Kavehrad - Invited presentation on Optoelectronic Sensing and Imaging (OSI)

 

POEM 2011

 

International Photonics and Optoelectronics Meetings (POEM)

Wuhan - China

 

July 2011

Dr. Kavehrad is an invited speaker at OSA Topical meeting:

Application of Lasers for Sensing & Free Space Communication

 The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada

 

March 2011

 

Smart Lighting NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) 

 

Dr. Kavehrad was invited and joined the Smart Lighting NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) as a member of the Center's Scientific Advisory Board

 

January 2011

Invited paper presentation by Jarir Fadlullah:

M. Kavehrad, J. Fadlullah, “Optical Wireless Networked Systems: Applications to Aircrafts, ”SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco-CA., January 2011.

December 2010

 

Ceiling Lights in Minn. Send Coded Internet Data

The New York Times

Click for a pdf version

 

 

December 2010

 

2010 IEEE Workshop on Optical Wireless Communications (OWC)

December 2010

 

GLOBECOM_2010 PLENARY SPEAKERS

 

Prof. Mohsen Kavehrad (IEEE Fellow)

W. L. Weiss Endowed Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering

Director of CICTR, Center for Information and Communications Technology Research
Pennsylvania State University, USA

 

November 2010

Free-space optical communications for terrestrial and space-borne applications are alive and well thanks to steady advances in light sources and detection schemes that extend data rates and physical reach despite atmospheric challenges.

~ Gail Overton, Senior Editor

 

August 26, 2010

Invited Presentation at IEEE NTC 2010, BOEING, Seattle

Title: Optical Wireless Networked-Systems for Applications to Aircrafts

By: M. Kavehrad

June 8 - 10, 2010

 

NSF IUCRC Planning Workshop on Optical Wireless Applications

 

Penn-Stater Hotel Conference Facilities, State College - PA.

 

 

February 2010
Industry/University Collaboration Research Center:

Optical Wireless Applications

See: NSF Award Abstract # 0824052

0968650 Pennsylvania State University; Mohsen Kavehrad
0968651 Tufts University; Valencia Joyner
0968662 University of California-Riverside; Zhengyuan Xu

 

February 2010
February 2010

Invited paper presentation by M. Kavehrad at the Optical Society of America Topical Meeting, Optics and Photonics Congress:

  • M. Kavehrad, Z. Hajjarrian, J. Fadlullah, "Combating Atmospheric Scintillation and Dispersion on a Laser Imaging Link Using Multiple Parallel Beams," Proceedings of the OSA Topical Meeting, Optics and Photonics Congress, San Diego, California, Feb. 3, 2010.

January 2010

Invited paper presentation by J. Fadlullah:

  • M. Kavehrad, J. Fadlullah, "Wideband Optical Propagation Measurement System," Proceedings of the SPIE Photonics-West Conference, San Francisco, California, January 2010.
     

   In the News:

Jan. 2010

Paper presentation by J. Fadlullah:

  • Z. Hajjarian, M. Kavehrad, J. Fadlullah, "Efficiency of MIMO Configuration and Adaptive Optics Corrections in Free-Space Optical Fading Channels," Proceedings of the SPIE Photonics-West Conference, San Francisco, California, January 2010.
     

Jan. 2010

 2009 ETRI Journal Paper of the Year Award

 

Ali Enteshari, Jarir M. Fadlullah, and Mohsen Kavehrad, "High-Speed Access over Copper: Rate Optimization and Signal Construction," ETRI Journal, Vol.31, No.5, pp.489-499, Oct. 2009.

 

This paper was selected as the Paper of the Year and received an award.

 

Dec. 2009

 

Z. Hajjarian, M. Kavehrad and J. Fadlullah, ”Analysis of  Wireless Optical Communications Feasibility in Presence of Clouds Using Markov Chains,” IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Vol. 27, No. 9, Decemebr 2009.
 

Dec. 2009

Paper presentation by J. Fadlullah:

A. Enteshari, J. Fadlullah and M. Kavehrad, “Joint Channel and Echo Impulse Response Shortening for High-Speed Data Transmission,” IEEE Globecom, Hawaii, December 2009.

Note:

Jerry Fadlullah got married on Sunday Nov. 29 and traveled to Hawaii with his bride on Dec. 1, 2009 to present this paper on their honeymoon trip on Dec. 3, 2009!

 

       Congratulations Jerry !

 

Dec. 2009

EDITORIAL - Cabling Publication - More than 10 Gbps on Twisted-Pair

 

See the entire publication

 

Aug. 2009

Paper presentation by M. Kavehrad:

A. Enteshari and M. Kavehrad, "Power Minimization Algorithm for High-Speed Access over Copper: Multi-channel Approach," Proceedings of the IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing, Victoria, B.C., Canada, August 2009.

 

Aug. 10-12, 2009

Greater than 10Gbps Copper Ethernet Workshop

 

PHOTOS

 

Hosted at Penn State, the workshop is attended by industry leaders

Nexans co-sponsors workshop investigating greater than 10G capabilities.

 

Aug. 2009

Paper presentation by M. Kavehrad:

M. Kavehrad, "Transmission Strategies for Beyond 10 Gbps High-Speed Access over Copper Ethernet," Greater than 10 Gbps Copper Ethernet Workshop,  State College, PA, August 2009.

 

Aug. 2009

Paper presentation by J. Fadlullah:

M. Kavehrad, Z. Hajjarian, J. Fadullah, "Spatially Multiplexed Optical MIMO Imaging System in Cloudy Turbulent Atmosphere," Proceedings of the SPIE Optics+Photonics Conference, San Diego, California, August 2009.

 

May 2009

Paper presentation by J. Fadlullah:

A. Enteshari, M. Kavehrad and J. Fadlullah, “Signal Construction for High-Speed Access over Copper Wiring,” Proceedings of IEEE CCECE, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, May 2009.

  • J. Fadlullah , A. Enteshari and M. Kavehrad, “Channel Equalization for Multi-Gigabit Ethernet over Copper,” Proceedings of IEEE CCECE, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, May 2009.

April 2009

Bloom Award Winners Announced (Click)

 

Congratulations to the Electrical Engineering Melvin P. Bloom Memorial Outstanding Doctoral Research Award Winner;

Ali Enteshari

 

Feb. 2009

EE paper wins award at conference

A. Enteshari and Mohsen Kavehrad, “40/100 Gbps Transmission over Copper: Myths and Realities,” Proceedings of DesignCon, Santa Clara, CA, February 2009.

has been chosen for a DesignCon Paper Award in the High-Speed and RF Design Category. DesignCon Paper Awards recognize outstanding contributions to the educational goals of the DesignCon program. Papers are judged both on the merits of the written document and on the quality of their presentation at DesignCon 2009.

See also the NEXANS announcement.

 

Feb. 2009
Paper presentation by A. Enteshari:

A. Enteshari and M. Kavehrad, “40/100 Gbps Transmission over Copper: Myths and Realities,” Proceedings of DesignCon, Santa Clara, CA. Feb. 2009.

 

Jan. 2009

Paper presentation by Z. Hajjarian:

Z. Hajjarian, M. Kavehrad, "Using MIMO Transmissions in Free Space Optical Communications in Presence of Clouds and Turbulence," Proceedings of the SPIE Photonics West, San Jose, California, Jan. 2009.

 

Dec. 2008

 

Presentation Title: DARPA Overview

 

Speaker: Dr. Larry B. Stotts, Deputy Director, Strategic Technology Office - DARPA

 

Event Photo - To view more photos, click on picture

 

Aug. 2008

 

“Broadband Sensors Optical Wireless Local Area Networks”

Project Award.  

 

See also: Award Abstract # 0824052

 

Click on the link above for the program

 

National Science Foundation

 

 

July 2008

“Mitigation Approaches for Active Optical Imaging through Clouds” Project Award.

 

Click on the link above for the program

AFRL / DARPA

 

 

May 2008

“Towards 100GBASE-T Ethernet over Copper; Advanced Communication Systems” project award.

Click on the link above for the program

International Copper Association / NEXANS

 

 

April 23, 2008

ARO/ARL Workshop on Ultraviolet Devices and Communication Systems, Maryland

 

Click on the link above for the program

 

April 20, 2008

This story appeared on Network World at;

 

25 radical network research projects you should know about

 

 

April 8, 2008

 

 

Signal Integrity Symposium, Harrisburg

 

Click on the link above for the program

 

Nov.  2007

Research News :

 

Penn-State Research News:  Researchers Push Transmission Rate of Copper Cable

 

November 14, 2007

 

Atlanta, You may not be able to get blood out of a turnip, but according to Penn State engineers, you can increase the data transmission of Category-7 copper cables used to connect computers to each other and the Internet.

 

November 2007 Plenary Week IEEE 802.3 Higher Speed Study Group Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 

Presentation Title: Towards 100G over 100 Meters of CAT-7

Dr. Mohsen Kavehrad, A. Enteshari, J. Fadlullah

 

News Media :

 

Science Daily: Researchers Push Transmission Rate Of Copper Cables

Network World: Researchers pushing 100 Gig

United Press International: Copper cable transmission rate increased

Eurek: Researchers push

Phys. Org. : Researchers push ....

StateCollege.Com : Researchers push transmission rate of copper cables

Science Blog. : Researchers ....

Science Centric : Researchers .....

Scenta : Getting more out of copper wires

TG Daily Update : Cat-7 copper ....

IT News : Researchers .....

Tech News :  Pushing The Transmission Rate Of Copper Cables

4 Engineers: You may not ....

PSU Engineering : Researchers push transmission

ZD-Net : 100 gigabits per second over copper?

Cabling : Researchers push transmission rate of copper cables

Mehr News : High-Speed Transmission

IRIB-News : 100GBASE-T Copper

New-Research: Researcher Pushing Transmission Rate of Copper Cables

Hamshahry: Interview on High-speed over copper

Ettelaat Newspaper: 100 Gbps transmission on copper

 

July 2007

 

Broadband Room Service by Light

 

Encoded light transmissions can provide the wireless devices in a room with multimedia Web services such as videoconferencing, movies on demand and more

 

By: Mohsen Kavehrad

 

S C I E N T I F I C   A M E R I C A N    JOURNAL,   July 2007

 

July 2007

DARPA / STO : INDUSTRY DAY PRESENTATIONS

 

Optical RF Combined Link Experiment Communication Adjunct (ORCA) Proposers' Day Conference:

 

Optical Wireless Communications using Ultra-short Pulsed Lasers and Pulse Shaping    By: M. Kavehrad

 

June/July 2007

 

The March of the LED

 

 

April-June 2007

 

Penn State Engineering, June 2007: Fiber in the sky

Laser Focus: FREE-SPACE OPTICS: Laser link offers fiber quality through cloud cover

 

March 2007

NEXAN's  Contract on 100GBASE-T Transmission Strategies for High-Speed Access over Copper Wiring Project starts.

 

Nov. 2006

Research News:

 

Penn-State Research News:  Cloudy day won't rain on laser communications

Friday, November 10, 2006,

University Park, Pa. :  Just as clouds block the sun, they interfere with laser communications systems, but Penn State researchers are using a combination of computational methods to find the silver lining and punch through the clouds.

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency News: US_ Politics Today

Eurek-Alert:  Cloudy day................

Physic-Org : Cloudy day won't rain on ...........

Innovation-Germany: Cloudy.............

Wireless Net: Researchers Develop Free-Space Optical Communications System

PHOTONICS: Cloudy.....................

Centauri Dreams: A Boost for Optical Communications

ScienceDaily: Cloudy.......................

Tech News Watch: Cloudy ...............

Sciense-Technology: Cloudy...............................

Fiber optics Online: Laser Comm.

TeleomDirectNews: Unblocking Laser Signals 

ElectroNews: Cloudy.....

RF-Global-NET: New laser communications system

 

 

Aug. 2006

New project award entitled, “Optical scattering in battlefield obscurants,” Sponsored by DARPA and Rockwell Scientific Inc.

 

Feb.  2006

OpticsEast, October 2006, Boston, Mass.

 

Broadband Access Communications Technologies

 

Jan. 2006

 

SPECIAL ISSUE ON Hybrid RF and Optical Wireless Communications

 

Jan. 2006

 

 Research News:

Penn-State Research News: Optical Wireless And Broadband Over Power Lines

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006, at 5 p.m. EST

University Park, Pa. ---

Penn State engineers have shown that a white-LED system for

lighting and high data-rate indoor wireless communications, coupled with broadband over either medium- or low-voltage power line grids (BPL), can offer transmission capacities that exceed DSL or cable and are more secure than RF.

 

Eurek-Alert: Optical Wireless……..

Physic-Org : Optical wireless and broadband over power lines………….

Technology News Daily: Optical Wireless………..

Science Daily: Optical Wireless And Broadband Over Power………

Innovations-report: Optical wireless………….

Industry News - The IEE: LED lighting could deliver wireless broadband,

The SPIE OE magazine: White LEDs offer wi-fi alternative

LASER Focus-Japan: With white LED high-speed optical wireless

BrightSurf.com: White LED and BPL

PiraNet: US university offers wireless broadband via LEDs

LUPA: Rychlá a bezpečná alternativa WiFi

TelecomDirect: Researchers Envision an LED-Powered Wireless Network

Science Blog: Optical wireless and broadband over power lines

Philadelphia Inquirer: Lighting up wireless Internet links

Electro Optics: The march of the LED

Oct. 2005

Special issue:

Optical Wireless Communications (OWC)

Editors

Shlomi Arnon, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
David M. Britz, PTSM AT&T Research
Anthony C. Boucouvalas, Bournemouth University
Mohsen Kavehrad, The Pennsylvania State University
 

Citation
Shlomi Arnon, David Britz, Anthony Boucouvalas, and Mohsen Kavehrad, "Optical Wireless Communications," J. Opt. Netw. 4, 211-212 (2005)
http://www.opticsinfobase.org/JOCN/virtual_issue.cfm?vid=5

 

Jan. 2005

Research News:

 

Penn-State Research News: Power Line Data Transmission Capacity: Bigger than DSl or Cable.

January 5, 2005

 

University Park, Pa. -- Penn State engineers have developed a new model for high-speed broadband transmissions

over U.S. overhead electric power lines and estimate that, at full data rate handling capacity, the lines can provide bit rates that far exceed DSL or cable over similar spans.

WPSX-TV Pennsylvania... Inside Out, an interview with lead producer David Price:

Click on the line below to see and hear the interview:

High-voltage electrical power lines could be used for communications

IMAGE-Jan

Scientific American (March 2005): Broadband to the people

The Energy Daily: Repeaters are key Properly tuned power line offers broadest broadband

BPL Today: Penn-State finds gigabit in US grid

Transmission & Distribution: Researchers …

Electricity Forum: Researchers see

Eurek-Alert: Power line data transmission capacity: Bigger than DSL or cable

PhysOrg.com - Evergreen,VA,USA: Power line data transmission capacity:

Reuters USA: Researchers See Gigabit Data Over Power Lines

Innovation report - Germany: Power line data transmission capacity:

Science Blog: Power line data transmission capacity Bigger than DSL or

CNN_Magazine: Internet Over Power Lines

ABS CBN News, Philippines:  Researchers see gigabit data over power lines

Reuters France:  Des chercheurs prévoient du très haut débit sur ligne électrique

Science Daily: Power Line Data Transmission Capacity: Bigger Than DSL Or Cable

Daily Science News: Power Line……….

Top Chinese News: 1G

NTT Communications: 1G

China Telecomm.: 1G

Patriot News: Electric lines could deliver Internet

Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Data over power lines

The Digital Collegian: BPL offers faster Web connection

Telecom. Direct: BPL: The Better Broadband?

Intercom-PSU: Powerline data transmission capacity could be

Black Issues in Higher Education: Penn State Engineers

Sunday News - Business: Coming soon, may be

Broadcast Engineering: University renews interest in Gigabit

 

Oct. 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

GehirnwäschefürMobiltelefonePer Laserpuls

Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Update on free-space optics

EurekAlertMulti-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 besserdurch Wolken und Nebel

The Engineer: Dolphin chirps send a clear message

May 2004

 

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

 DARPA/AFRL

Feb. 2004

CICTR launches new projects with ATT Laboratories, New Jersey

·         Last Mile

·         Broadband Wireless LANs

Dec. 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

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

Nov. 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

 

Aug. 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.

 

Feb. 2003 International Copper Association LTD  - Transmission Strategies for High-Speed Access over Copper Wiring Project awarded.
Oct. 2002

Research News:

University Park, Pa. --- Penn State engineers have developed an economical way to more efficiently manage radio spectrum use and prevent interference on wireless broadband systems for high-speed Internet access – potentially bringing down costs for consumers.

 
March 2002

The 2001 IEEE VTS Neal Shepherd Best Propagation Paper Award   goes to a paper entitled, "Indoor Wireless Infrared Channel Characterization by Measurements," IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Tech., Vol.-50, No. 4, July 2001, authored by M.R. Pakravan, M. Kavehrad, H. Hashemi.

 M.R. Pakravan received his Ph.D. under Dr. Kavehrad’s supervision in the year 2000 with a Dissertation Title: "Indoor Infrared Wireless Communication Channel”.

Nov. 2001

Special issue of Multimedia Tools and Applications;

      Multimedia Systems, Mobile Computing and Global Information Sharing 

     Guest Editors: A. Hurson, M. Kavehrad

 

July 2001

Research News:

University Park, Pa. --- Penn State engineers have shown that broadband, wireless, indoor, local area    communication     networks that rely on non-line-of-sight infrared (IR) signal transmission can offer low error rates as well as safe, low  — below one Watt — power levels.

New York Times Article: Beaming Data Holds Promise, With Limits, for Networking

Center Daily Times Article: Professor sees the future in infrared

The Digital Collegian: Researchers look into ways to network computers through infrared light

Electronics Times: Inside job for network system

Pennsylvania Business Center:  Penn State researchers showcase wireless LAN

IEEE Communications Society Industry NewsCache (INC): Scientists are working on high-speed

Science Daily Magazine: Low Power, Highly Reliable, Wireless, Infrared

iG - NY TIMES: As ondas de rádio não conseguirão competir com a luz," afirmou Mohsen Kavehrad

ICON News: Beaming data could be networking's saviour

Wireless News Factor: Does Infrared Have a Chance?

Uni-Science: Indoor Wireless LANs Minus Line-of-Sight IR can work

Penn-State Intercom: Wireless IR LAN

Photonics Spectra: IR Wireless signals High Bandwidth at Low Power

TRN News: Holograms control data beams

INFORMATICA 2.0: Redes conectadas con rayos infrarrojos ….

ISA: Wireless networks see infrared as safe alternative

EE TIMES, UK: Inside job for low power network system with reduced error rate

Laser Focus World: Free-space optical communications

Burrus Research Associates Inc: Reliable, Broadband, Infrared Communication System

ASME: Low-Power LANs Have Low Error Rates

EurekAlertLow power, highly reliable, wireless, infrared local area networks demonstrated

Science Blog: Low power, highly reliable, wireless, infrared local area networks demonstrated

 

Jan. 2001

Penn-State Research News: Penn State’s Innovative Approaches To Tech Transfer Meeting With Success

 

Aug. 1998

New center to push digital information to new frontiers 

 

Jan. 1997

First Weiss Chair appointment announced

 

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