Cognitive Radio

Develop phones and wireless devices that can switch between frequencies within the radio spectrum.

Dell, Google, and Hewlett-Packard have petitioned the Federal Communications Commission to make unused TV spectrum available for cognitive devices, which can seamlessly switch between radio frequencies whether using the Internet, TV, or a cellular signal. A network with cognitive functionality could continually adapt and allocate resources according to customer needs and demands.


Other areas in Science, Technology and Engineering

Battery Technology for Electric Vehicles
Disposal of Toxic/Radioactive Waste
Green Biofuels
Real-Time Language Translation
Efficient Cost Effective Solar Cells
Regenerative Medicine -Organ Growth
Advanced Communications: Cognitive Radio
Air Traffic Control
Massive Storage Density Memory
Self-Sufficient Buildings
Content-Rich Mobile Libraries
Cell-Targeting Medicine
Early Disease Diagnosis
Advanced Armour
DNA Sequencing
Hypersonic Vehicles
Immersive Teaching Software
Advanced Robotic Systems
Online Learning for All
Energy Grid
Advanced Super Computers
High Speed Rail
Vaccines for Every Flu Strain
Advanced Prosthetics
Personalized Prescriptions




Dr. Armando A. Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Professor of Electrical Engineering
ASU IEEE Student Branch Mentor
School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Arizona State University

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