Spectrum shortage threatens wireless functionality
As demand and consumption of wireless technologies increases exponentially, a spectrum shortage threatens to limit functionality across numerous sectors. Owners and operators must be able to plan and manage large-scale wireless networks, optimize operating parameters of those networks to deliver high-quality wireless services, and derive maximum capacity and spectral efficiency.
Innovative technologies for optimization
Perspecta Labs’ wireless scientists are applying their network performance and optimization know-how to develop advanced options for planning and managing large-scale wireless networks, optimizing operating parameters, and deriving maximum capacity and spectral efficiency.
We are also leveraging our network planning, database technology and software engineering skills to facilitate a new generation of spectrum planning and management systems.
Looking ahead, our researchers are developing innovative distributed and line-of-sight multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) techniques with applications to airborne tactical links in millimeter-wave spectrum, high-bandwidth squad-to-squad communications and high-capacity backhaul solutions for commercial networks.
Maximized use of network resources
The driving force behind our wireless research is efficiency—maximizing use of physical and link layer network resources, particularly electromagnetic spectrum. This efficiency enables operators to reduce operational expenses, improve wireless broadband service delivery and enjoy more flexibility in how the operators deploy backhaul solutions.
100G network features:
High data rate wireless communications
Management of large scale wireless networks
Innovative distributed and line-of-sight MIMO techniques
High-bandwidth squad-to-squad communications
High capacity backhaul solutions for commercial networks