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Next Generation Wireless is a research group in the Department of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton. The group researches into the next generation of wireless communications systems and their components.

  • 13 April 2018

    Southampton scientists win prestigious European...

    Researchers from the University of Southampton have won European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants totalling more than €12 million.

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  • 8 January 2018

    Southampton Wireless researchers prepare for...

    Collaborative research between university experts in Southampton and Surrey is helping develop connectivity for future wireless systems that will combine tens of billions of machine-driven devices.

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  • 4 August 2017

    Strength of Physical Sciences and Engineering...

    The University of Southampton has secured its place within the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Framework Agreement for the next three years.

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  • More publications

    Recent Next Generation Wireless Publications

    Performance analysis of secret precoding-aided spatial modulation with finite-alphabet signaling - Feilong Wu, Wenjie Wang, Chen Dong and Lie Liang Yang
    Type: Article | 2018
    Distributed matching algorithms for spectrum access: a comparative study and further enhancements - Bakhtiar Ali, Nida Zamir, Soon Xin Ng and Muhammad Fasih Uddin Butt
    Type: Article | 2018
    Differential evolution algorithm aided turbo channel estimation and multi-user detection for G.fast systems in the presence of FEXT - Jiankang Zhang, Sheng Chen, Rong Zhang, Anas F. Al Rawi and Lajos Hanzo
    Type: Article | 2018
    A survey of opportunistic offloading - Dianlei Xu, Yong Li, Xinlei Chen, Jianbo Li, Pan Hui, Sheng Chen and Jon Crowcroft
    Type: Article | 2018 | Item not available on this server.
    Hardware efficient architecture for element-based lattice reduction aided K-Best detector for MIMO systems - Basel Halak, Mohammed El-Hajjar and Ahmed Hassanein
    Type: Article | 2018

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