RINGS: Robust and Resilient Wireless Networks using Next Generation Spectrum

Project: Research project

Project Details


Continuing the trend of current 5G technologies, future wireless networks will integrate an ever-growing mix of use cases, technology, spectrum and ownership models. These networks will need to dynamically offer different service attributes in terms of delay, reliability and throughput to support different use cases. They will need to integrate different technologies differentiated by capabilities and costs and utilize a range of different spectrum bands that may be shared, unlicensed or licensed and have vastly different propagation characteristics. End users may connect to multiple service providers who in turn may offer services using their own or shared infrastructure and spectrum. Providing robust and resilient services in this increasingly heterogeneous environment will require new architectures and network control paradigms which can autonomously learn and adapt to uncertain environments while leveraging novel emerging spectrum management techniques to operate in this multi-dimensional networking environments. In this proposal we lay out a research agenda to address these needs.
Effective start/end date5/1/224/30/25


  • National Science Foundation (CNS-2148183)


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