Intel, university to research dynamic spectrum sharing

Intel is working with Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, on a joint project in the area of dynamic spectrum sharing. The university is inviting applications for PhD scholarships for the joint project, and said students chosen for the project "will receive generous scholarships and will carry out research in close collaboration with Intel researchers." Though the submission deadline for international students has passed, students from Australia have until Oct. 31 to apply, according to the university's website. Other areas of interest for Macquarie's Wireless Communications and Networking Laboratory are said to include resource allocation in cognitive radio networks, localization for wireless ad-hoc positioning system and green radio communications, among other things. For more information, see this Macquarie web page.

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