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  1. Security Testing The O-RAN Near-Real Time RIC & A1 Interface 

    Thimmaraju K.; Shaik A.; Flück S.; et al. (2024)
    WiSec 2024 - Proceedings of the 17th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks
    Open-Radio Access Network (O-RAN) is the next evolutionary step in mobile network architecture and operations and the Near-Real Time RAN Intelligent Controller (Near-RT RIC) plays a central role in the O-RAN architecture as it interfaces between the orchestration layer and next generation eNodeBs. In this paper we highlight the architectural weakness of a centralized controller in O-RAN by first drawing parallels with the Software-Defined ...
    Conference Paper
  2. TeraPool-SDR: An 1.89TOPS 1024 RV-Cores 4MiB Shared-L1 Cluster for Next-Generation Open-Source Software-Defined Radios 

    Zhang Y.; Bertuletti M.; Riedel S.; et al. (2024)
    Proceedings of the ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI, GLSVLSI
    Radio Access Networks (RAN) workloads are rapidly scaling up in data processing intensity and throughput as the 5G (and beyond) standards grow in number of antennas and sub-carriers. Offering flexible Processing Elements (PEs), efficient memory access, and a productive parallel programming model, many-core clusters are a well-matched architecture for next-generation software-defined RANs, but staggering performance requirements demand a ...
    Conference Paper
  3. Bridging the Complexity Gap in Tb/S-Achieving THz-Band Baseband Processing 

    Sarieddeen, Hadi; Jemaa, Hakim; Tarboush, Simon; et al. (2024)
    IEEE Wireless Communications
    Recent advances in electronic and photonic technologies have allowed efficient signal generation and transmission at terahertz (THz) frequencies. However, as the gap in THz-operating devices narrows, the demand for terabit-per-second (Tb/s)-achieving circuits is increasing. Translating the available hundreds of gigahertz (GHz) of bandwidth into a Tb/s data rate requires processing thousands of information bits per clock cycle at state-of-theart ...
    Journal Article
  4. Independent Control of the Width and Length of Semiconducting 2D Nanorectangles via Accelerated Living Crystallization-Driven Self-Assembly 

    Park, Songyee; Kang, Sung-Yun; Yang, Sanghee; et al. (2024)
    Journal of the American Chemical Society
    Self-assembly of conjugated polymers offers a powerful method to prepare semiconducting two-dimensional (2D) nanosheets for optoelectronic applications. However, due to the typical biaxial growth behavior of the polymer self-assembly, independent control of the width and length of 2D sheets has been challenging. Herein, we present a greatly accelerated crystallization-driven self-assembly (CDSA) system of polyacetylene-based conjugated ...
    Journal Article
  5. Diversity and functionality of soil prokaryotic communities in antarctic volcanic soils: insights from penguin-influenced environments 

    Segura, Diego; Jordaan, Karen; Díez, Beatriz; et al. (2024)
    Polar Biology
    In the nutrient-limited Antarctic terrestrial habitat, penguins transfer a significant amount of nutrients from the marine to the terrestrial ecosystem through their depositions (i.e., guano). This guano influences soil physicochemical properties, leading to the formation of ornithogenic soil rich in nutrients and organic matter. We hypothesize that soil prokaryotic communities will be strongly influenced by the contribution of nitrogenous ...
    Journal Article

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