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Greetings!  This is the program for the Epic Innovation Sessions hosted at Nipmuc Regional High School on Saturday, Nov 9, 2019.  It is open to anyone who is interested to come to find out why Massachusetts is the most innovative state in the nation.  You MUST register to attend this event.  Teachers will be given 4 PDPs for completion of the day.  Registration closes at 11:59 pm Friday, Nov 1, 2019.  Register at https://tinyurl.com/EpicInnovations.
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Saturday, November 9 • 10:35am - 11:05am
Space Communications: Wireless Connectivity That Is Out of This World LIMITED

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Wireless connectivity is at the core of all space missions, whether close to the Earth, on the Moon, or deep in space.  Although the physics of wireless connectivity is the same "out there" as it is here on the surface of the Earth, the surrounding environment affecting the wireless transfer of data is very different in space when compared to terrestrial communications such as cell phones and WiFi.  In this session, a brief overview of space communications will be presented, as well as the operational environment experienced by these communications.  Following this overview, some recent results on performing wireless communications in space using artificial intelligence will be discussed, including first-ever in-orbit wireless connectivity experiments using the International Space Station.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Alexander M. Wyglinski

Dr. Alexander M. Wyglinski

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Robotics Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Dr. Alexander M. Wyglinski is an internationally recognized expert in wireless communications, cognitive radio, 5G, connected vehicles, software-defined radio, dynamic spectrum access, satellite communications, vehicular technology, wireless system optimization and adaptation, autonomous... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 10:35am - 11:05am EST
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