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The SPAN lab is developing inventions for wireless networks which improve their security, reliability, self-awareness, and sensing capabilities. Research applies statistical signal processing, networking, and radio propagation techniques. The innovations have application in localization and tracking, secret key generation for wireless networks, network design and deployment, modeling and analysis. Several current projects are ongoing in the lab. The lab, directed by Neal Patwari, is a combination of the efforts of several graduate and undergraduate researchers.
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