Mobile World Congress 2017 Barcellona 27 Feb – 2 Mar. Within the framework of the Graphene Flagship, CNIT (Dr. Marco Romagnoli), in collaboration with Ericsson, Nokia and IMEC, has developed graphene photonics integration for high speed transmission systems and presented a demo of a packaged graphene-based modulator operating over several optical telecommunications bands at the Graphene Experience Zone of
The RaSS (Radar Surveillance Systems) laboratory was awarded with ISO 9001/2015 certification from international and independent body DNV GL. The certification refers to the “Design and development of technology systems and services in telecommunications, radar and electromagnetism and related computer aids and the design and manufacture of RF and microwave equipment and subsystems”.
The DITEN and DIBRIS departments of the University of Genoa have launched, with the patronage of CNIT and CINI consortia and with the support of institutions and companies, the third edition of the University II level Master in Cyber Security and Data Protection. The Master – whose duration is 12 months – meets the needs of companies and institutions
Security of wireless communication systems has always been a concern and, as a result, a rich field for research. Traditionally, security features, like cryptography, are added to the upper layers of wireless communications protocol stacks. Cognitive Radios is a wireless communication paradigm which can adapt its behavior to make optimal use of the available radio spectrum in a changing
Sunday, February 5, 2017, exactly two years after the start of the activity, it has appeared on the National newspaper “La Nazione” an article by Prof. Antonella Bogoni of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, introducing the Project ROAM coordinated by CNIT, and its innovative “silicon chips”. ROAM, an acronym for “Revolutionising optical fibre transmission and networking using the Orbital Angular