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Arm signs three-year agreement with DARPA

  Chipmaker Arm has signed a three-year partnership agreement with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that establishes an access framework for DARPA researchers to use all of Arm's commercially available technology. Arm said that the agreement "enables DARPA researchers to have the flexibility...

DARPA’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge: Hulking out, helping out and exploring the limits of AI-based spectrum sharing

LOS ANGELES, California — There were gator chomps, a stuffed marmot and Monty Python jokes. Software defined radios "hulked out" or helped each other out, jockeying for position in crowded spectrum and ultimately proving that they could perform as well or better than LTE...

Test and Measurement: Dekra reorganizes, looks to add 5G for automotive testing

Germany's Dekra will undergo a major reorganization in January, shifting from its current three business units (automotive, industrial and personnel) to integrating its services across eight segments. The testing, inspection and certification company plans to work with Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica for network support...

Jammers, wildfires and malls: Autonomous radios jump through DARPA’s hoops

Six teams share $750,000 in prizes in the second event of DARPA's Spectrum Collaboration Challenge LAUREL, MARYLAND--The moment came with the ding of a winning bell, cheers and a spotlight flashing around the auditorium at the Johns Hopkins Advanced Physics Lab, as the first team...

‘6G’: DARPA enlists US engineering schools for smart road

DARPA, industry fund research into high-gigahertz and terahertz spectrum for "6G" smart road. The industry is just getting started with 5G, but New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering — home of NYU Wireless and the Brooklyn 5G Summit — is joining in the Defense...

LGS wins dynamic spectrum access policy project

LGS Innovations has won a three-year, $14.5 million award to develop spectrum management policies for dynamic spectrum access radio networks. LGS was awarded the project under the auspices of the National Spectrum Consortium, a group of spectrum industry companies, academic researchers and government contractors that...

DARPA wants an “ocean of things”

The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency is kicking off a new program that envisions taking the internet of things to grand scale, using IoT technology for "persistent situational awareness over large ocean areas" -- or what it calls the "ocean of things." DARPA's Ocean of...

Five things to know about DARPA’s spectrum grand challenge

DARPA seeks to support advanced spectrum sharing techniques with Spectrum Collaboration Grand Challenge The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is in the midst of a new grand challenge initiative, focused on advancing technical capabilities around spectrum sharing. The Spectrum Collaboration Grand Challenge was announced last...

DARPA announces new Spectrum Collaboration Challenge

LAS VEGAS – In the tradition of its self-driving car and robotics grand challenges, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency announced its Spectrum Collaboration Challenge at this week's International Wireless Communications Expo. DARPA calls the challenge, which includes a $2 million top prize, "the world's first collaborative...

Spectrum sharing gets boost from FirstNet, others

LAS VEGAS – The First Responders Network Authority is pinning much of its economic viability on the ability to share its dedicated 700 MHz spectrum with a network partner who could use excess spectrum capacity, so long as first responder use will still be...

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