Rome Laboratory, New York – The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory (MIT-LL) are working together to test advanced waveforms that can work at high frequencies.
The two laboratories signed a commercial test agreement (CTA) that made it possible for MIT Lincoln Laboratory to test a newly developed multi-carrier waveform that can achieve high frequencies. The waveform was developed through work between MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the Navy Research Laboratory and the Office of the Secretary of Defense AT&L. The initial testing was conducted at the Information Directorate’s Stockbridge, New York test site in May of 2016.
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