Space Micro Joins NSF BWAC Communications Consortium
San Diego, CA – September 3, 2013 Space Micro announced today that they have joined the joint National Space Foundation (NSF), industry-government-academia consortium called Broadband Wireless Access and Applications Center (BWAC). Headed by the University of Arizona, BWAC will support Space Micro research in cognitive radio. Dr. Marwan Krunz is a lead researcher for the joint BWAC-Space Micro effort.
Space Micro's CEO David J. Strobel, expressing his pleasure with this new agreement and membership, commented, "Space Micro is at the forefront of advanced communications electronics, (radios, transponders, transmitters, and beacons) for space and missile applications. This new NSF consortium is renown for the advancement of novel techniques in wireless communications, including space applications. Their research projects are directly in line with our IR&D, and our new space communications product roadmaps."