Lee Center for Advanced Networking
Our goal for wireless networks is the creation of a global information utility, like water or natural gas, which includes wireless communications, data storage, and distributed computing. Getting there requires innovative solutions in system design, software and hardware. Shuki Bruck considers algorithms that describe the coverage of wireless microcells that meet the needs of mobile users. Ali Hajimiri develops high-speed silicon wireless communications and radar circuits for frequencies as high as 30GHz. Dave Rutledge is interested in computer-aided-design software that predicts indoor radio-wave propagation for wireless LANs, and transmitters based on gallium-arsenide and indium-phosphide transistors for frequencies as high as 100GHz.