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Projects/Programs

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AWS-3 LTE Impacts on AMT

Completed
This test builds on and extends a previous NASCTN project that measured the out-of-band (OoB) LTE evolved Node B (eNB) and User Equipment AWS-3 emissions into

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

Core Network Technologies

Ongoing
Robust core networks are critical infrastructure in an economy that relies on the exchange of digital information. New technologies, now in research and

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

Digital Thread for Manufacturing

Ongoing
The Digital Thread for Manufacturing project will deliver methods, protocols, and tools for developing, conformance testing, increasing user-awareness, and

Edge AI

Ongoing
With significant technology advancement and growing commercialization of edge/fog computing, edge AI (artificial intelligence) has now become a new frontier

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

High-Speed Electronics

Ongoing
This project supports the microwave, telecommunications, computing, and emerging nanoelectronics industries through research and development of high-frequency

Impact of LTE Signals on GPS Receivers

Completed
The National Advanced Spectrum and Communications Test Network (NASCTN) has completed the Impacts of LTE Signals on GPS Receivers project and has released the

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

NextG Channel Measurement and Modeling

Ongoing
The exponential increase in wireless data transmission from smartphones has led to the saturation of the sub-6 GHz bands forcing providers to explore the use of

Physical Layer Design and Evaluation

Ongoing
Exploring mmWave in next-generation communications has created exciting opportunities to support high throughput and ultra low latency applications. However, it