Wireless technologies work out of sight to allow people to carry out rich communications with peace of mind. For example, wireless technologies are used in most communication devices around us, including mobile phones, TV sets, radios, and GPS devices. Further, satellite communications and mobile phones are the most essential as means of communication in places such as mountainous areas and islands, where optical cables are difficult to be laid, and in times of disaster.
The Wireless Networks Research Center of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) conducts research and development of wireless communication and wireless network technology to allow people and things to flexibly and reliably communicate under any kinds of situations through the effective use of frequency and energy resources.
News & Topics
- 29 Jan 2019
- NICT has published a white paper about the requirements for the application of wireless communications at manufacturing sites.
- 11 Dec 2018
- NICT will hold the Wireless Technology Park (WTP) 2019 from 29th to 31st May 2019 in Tokyo Big Sight, Japan.
- 11 Dec 2018
- M. Toyoshima, the director of Space Communications Laboratory, received the Satellite Communications Distinguished Service Award by the IEEE Communications Society in IEEE GLOBECOM 2018.
- 2 Dec 2018
- M. Moriyama, a researcher of Wireless Systems Laboratory, received the best paper award in WPMC 2018.
- 11 Oct 2018
- An introductory movie of the space communications laboratory has been released on YouTube.