Wireless @ Virginia Tech was officially organized as a research group within The Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech in June 2007. However, our story dates back even further than that.
Formerly known as the Mobile and Portable Radio Research Group (MPRG), Wireless @ Virginia Tech has a history spanning almost 30 years of exceptional research results and innovations that have contributed to the rapid advancement of wireless technology.
Our 11 core faculty members have extensive technical expertise in wireless networking, communication systems, applied signal processing, dynamic spectrum access, cybersecurity, RF technologies, and system integration.
While expertise lies deep within electrical engineering, collaboration with disciplines outside of electrical engineering, such as computer science, mathematics, economics, and business, also makes up the Wireless @ Virginia Tech team.
Despite our outstanding research endeavors, developing our students remains our primary mission. Wireless @ Virginia Tech has produced exceptionally gifted and well-trained students that are aggressively sought after in both government and the private sector.
Wireless @ Virginia Tech will continue to pioneer research and develop students in the field of wireless networks and technology.
5G Fundamentals: A Concise Introduction to 5G
Wireless@VirginiaTech is pleased to offer complimentary 5G training in collaboration with Dr. Nishith Tripathi (Samsung Research America) and Prof. Jeff Reed (Virginia Tech). This self-paced program provides a concise technical overview of 5G through a series of seven video sessions, more info.