Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Australia-China Research Centre for Wireless Communications

The Australia-China Research Centre for Wireless Communications is a collaboration led by CSIRO and Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT).
The research centre will be officially launched in March 2009.

Collaboration aims
The centre provides a hub for long-term cooperation between research communities in both countries focusing on future wireless communications technologies.
The centre will facilitate:
joint research projects
the exchange of scientists and research students
the uptake of Australian wireless communications technologies by the world market.
The collaboration will promote cross-fertilisation in science and provide an excellent opportunity for the outcomes of scientific research to have major impact in the world market.

About CSIRO’s wireless technologies
CSIRO led the world with the creation of ubiquitous wireless local area network (LAN) technology and we demonstrated the world’s first six gigabit per second wireless link.
At CSIRO’s ICT Centre we have comprehensive world-class capabilities in wireless communications.
These capabilities include:
microwave- and millimetre-wave technologies
signal processing and networking.

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