BushLAN

The BushLAN project is aimed at developing long-range wireless communication systems for the provision of cognitive wireless broadband in regional and remote areas.

Much of BushLAN development has been through undergraduate student projects involving channel experiments, DSP, code design, networking protocols and radiofrequency electronics.

Research

We are currently developing radio transceivers for Wireless Regional Area Networks (IEEE 802.22, WRAN), Cognitive Remote Mesh Networks and Distributed MIMO networks.

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Contact

BushLAN group leader

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