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  • SP1155: Coexistence of the Heterogeneous Wireless Technologies

    • MERL is seeking a highly motivated, qualified intern to join the Electronics and Communications group for a three month internship program. The ideal candidate will be expected to carry out research on coexistence of the heterogeneous wireless technologies in the Sub-1 GHz (S1G) band. The candidate is expected to develop innovative coexistence technology for IEEE 802.15.4g to mitigate interference caused by other S1G technologies such as IEEE 802.11ah, LoRa and SigFox. The candidates should have knowledge of 802.15.4g and 802.11ah protocols. Additionally, the candidate should also be familiar with NS3 simulators. Candidates in their junior or senior years of a Ph.D. program are encouraged to apply.

    • Research Areas: Communications, Signal Processing
    • Host: Jianlin Guo
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  • SP1305: Intelligent error correction coding

    • The Signal Processing group at MERL is seeking a highly motivated, qualified individual to join our 3-month internship program of research on error correction coding for digital communications. The ideal candidate is expected to possess an excellent background in channel coding theory, source coding, information theory, coded modulation design, signal processing, and machine learning. Strong C/C++ skill and GPU/FPGA acceleration are plus. Candidates who hold a PhD or in their senior years of a Ph.D. program are encouraged to apply.

    • Research Areas: Communications
    • Host: Toshi Koike-Akino
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