SpectrumX Announces Formal Collaboration with Qualcomm

SpectrumX has formalized the creation of the SpectrumX Collaboration Advisory Board (CAB). One of the first two organizations to formalize CAB Membership Agreements is Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a company that is committed to “enabling a world where everyone and everything can be intelligently connected.”

SpectrumX announces formal partnership with Aira Technologies

Recently, SpectrumX formalized the formation of the SpectrumX Collaboration Advisory Board (CAB). SpectrumX is pleased to announce that Aira Technologies has joined its CAB.

Founded in 2019, Aira Technologies is radically re-imagining wireless communications using artificial intelligence (AI). Aira is using this data-driven, AI-powered approach to fundamentally improve the performance and the energy efficiency of the Radio Access Network (RAN).

SpectrumX announces formal partnership with GIRD Systems, Inc.

In June 2023, SpectrumX formalized the formation of the SpectrumX Collaboration Advisory Board (CAB). Among the first two organizations to formalize CAB Membership Agreements is GIRD Systems, Inc.

GIRD Systems, Inc. is a developer of customer digital signal processing solutions, that specializes in both the commercial and military market. Its mission “is to provide the latest digital signal processing algorithms, techniques and solutions that enable our customers to reduce development times and increase wireless communication systems’ performance.”

Participants from five continents join together to learn from telecommunications experts at University of Colorado Boulder

During the week of July 10, 2023, faculty and researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) hosted participants from five continents for the United States Telecommunication Training Institute (USTTI). Each day of the five-day course focused on a new topic: trends and impact in telecommunications, spectrum management and radio frequency technology, law and regulatory aspects around the globe, technology and innovations, and participant case study presentations.

FCC Space Bureau Announces Leadership Team, including founding member of SpectrumX

WASHINGTON, July 20, 2023 — The FCC’s Space Bureau today announced its senior leadership team.

Kerry Murray will serve as Deputy Chief and Chief of Staff and Jennifer Gilsenan, Troy Tanner and Patrick Webre will serve as Deputy Chiefs. Stephen Duall was named Associate Chief and Karl A. Kensinger was named Special Counsel. Whitney Lohmeyer and Jeanette Kennedy have joined the FCC, as Chief Technologist and Associate Chief, respectively

SpectrumX holds Center Meeting, movie screening, poster session at National Science Foundation’s first Spectrum Week event

Throughout the National Science Foundation (NSF) Spectrum Week event at the end of April, three centers funded by NSF Spectrum Innovation Initiative grants came together to hold meetings and events in the collaborative environment. The opportunity to organize the event was driven by SpectrumX, an NSF Spectrum Innovation Center and the world’s largest academic hub for spectrum innovation. The multi-institutional and multidisciplinary center used the opportunity to meet with other SII funded centers, join discussions and sessions, and include students in these forward-thinking conversations.

Recording, presentation slides available for Radio Shop Chat featuring Gregory Hellbourg, of Caltech and Owens Valley Radio Observatory

SpectrumX’s Radio Shop Chat series regularly features speakers from across the electrical engineering, telecommunications, and spectrum sciences presenting on pressing topics and areas of innovation. On June 27, 2023, Gregory Hellbourg, Scientist and Spectrum Manager at Caltech and Owens Valley Radio Observatory, joined the series presenting “The Deep Synoptic Array DSA-2000.”

First-ever NSF Spectrum Week features broad participation, cross-cutting conversations

From April 24 through April 28, 2023 the National Science Foundation (NSF) hosted its first-ever Spectrum Week at its headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.

The purpose of the event was to foster conversation and discussions about research findings and implementations during official sessions as well as breaks between. The event featured a number of updates from three NSF Spectrum Innovation Initiative (SII) grant-supported programs and dynamic forecasts on what spectrum-related research, education, and policy engagement will look like in the United States.