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Projects/Programs

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Advanced DDoS Mitigation Techniques

Ongoing
NIST is working with DHS S&T and industry to research and develop novel approaches to DDoS detection and mitigation, techniques to test and measure the

Advanced Materials Metrology

Ongoing
In this project we measure the fundamental electrical properties of materials from bulk to nanoscale from 1 MHz to 0.3 THz. Understanding the interaction of

Antenna Metrology Project

Ongoing
Antennas are the eyes, ears and voice boxes of everything from cell phones to interplanetary spacecraft. The Antenna Metrology Program carries on NIST's

5G & Beyond

Ongoing
“5G and beyond” refers to future generations of mobile wireless communication systems. The vision for these next-generation systems are to enable groundbreaking

CBRS Sharing Ecosystem Assessment

Ongoing
The objective of this project is to collect the data required for DISA DSO to ascertain the effectiveness of the sharing ecosystem between CBRS systems as

Citizens Broadband Radio Service

Ongoing
The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band is 150 MHz of spectrum made available for commercial broadband use on a shared basis with the federal

5G/6G Core Networks and Services

Ongoing
This program aims to advance networking and measurement sciences and promote consensus standards and best practices for the evolution from 5G to 6G, focusing on

COVID-19 Spectrum Occupancy Project

Ongoing
By conducting a narrowly targeted campaign of wireless activity at homes and hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic, we seek a more accurate understanding of

Cybersecurity for Smart Grid Systems

Ongoing
Smart grid cybersecurity must address both inadvertent compromises of the electric infrastructure, due to user errors, equipment failures, and natural disasters