Machine Learning to Improve Success Rates for Handovers from Sub-6 GHz LTE to Millimeter Wave Bands

Transmission over millimeter wave (mmWave) frequency bands is being adopted in fifth generation (5G) wireless communications.  Even though the sub-6 GHz frequency bands continue to dominate deployments due to their better ability to penetrate and provide in-building coverage, the handover between mmWave and sub-6 GHz frequency bands is nonetheless inevitable to support higher data rates.  The cost of a handover is a reduction in data rate, which 5G promises to increase.

Evdokia Nikolova Receives NSF Grant to Improve Power Grid Efficiency

Evdokia Nikolova, Assistant Professor in Texas ECE, has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for her work on "AitF: Collaborative Research: Algorithms and Mechanisms for the Distribution Grid.”  The goal of this project is to “help the distribution grid and its participants transition from its current functionality of serving mostly traditional consumers, to the future grid that needs to sustainably integrate prosumers, renewables and distributed energy resources.”

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