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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

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

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

High Assurance Domains

Ongoing
NIST is working with the Internet industry to design, standardize and foster deployment of technologies to improve the security and robustness of enterprise

Indoor Localization and Tracking

Ongoing
This web page is simply a pointer to another page that covers the extensive research program in indoor localization and tracking at NIST.

Information Centric Networking Program

Ongoing
Information access is the dominant use case in today's Internet with more than 90% of Internet traffic being content distribution, mainly due to video streaming

Internet Infrastructure Protection

Ongoing
ITL’s Internet Infrastructure Protection (IIP) program, led by the Advanced Network Technologies Division (ANTD), works with industry to develop the measurement

Low-Complexity Optimized MIMO Receiver

Ongoing
The linear dispersion structure is employed to accommodate the dynamic topology of cooperative networks, as well as to achieve higher throughput than

Mobile Cloud Computing

Ongoing
The Mobile Cloud Computing project looks at architectures and protocols of next generation infrastructures that exploit the synergy between Mobile devices

Neighborhood Area Communication Network

Completed
It is well accepted that the Smart Grid will employ a variety of networking technologies. Among them are wireless mesh networks, which are vastly favored over