2020 - IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award “For pioneering contributions to radio channel modeling and characterization, and millimeter wave communication systems.”
2018 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
Theodore S. Rappaport mainly investigates Wireless, Electronic engineering, Communication channel, Telecommunications and Path loss. His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Broadband, Simulation, Transceiver and Computer network, Communications system. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Network Access Device and Wireless broadband.
His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Microcell, Wireless network, MIMO and Broadband networks. Theodore S. Rappaport combines subjects such as Transmitter, Antenna and Air interface with his study of Communication channel. His Path loss research integrates issues from Acoustics, Radio spectrum, Cellular network and Electrical engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Electronic engineering, Wireless, Communication channel, Telecommunications and Path loss. The Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Multipath propagation, Antenna and Fading. His research in Wireless intersects with topics in Computer network, Electrical engineering, Base station, Communications system and Transceiver.
His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless network, Wireless broadband and Wireless lan. The Communication channel study combines topics in areas such as Extremely high frequency, Acoustics, Wideband and Transmitter. Theodore S. Rappaport works in the field of Telecommunications, namely Personal Communications Service.
His primary areas of study are Extremely high frequency, Communication channel, Electronic engineering, Path loss and Wireless. His Extremely high frequency research includes elements of Acoustics, Transmitter, Ranging, Beamwidth and Electrical engineering. His Communication channel study is related to the wider topic of Telecommunications.
His Electronic engineering study incorporates themes from Wireless network, Cellular network and Interference. His study in Wireless network is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scheduling and Computer network. He combines subjects such as Radio propagation, Radio spectrum, Simulation and Omnidirectional antenna with his study of Path loss.
Theodore S. Rappaport mainly focuses on Communication channel, Path loss, Extremely high frequency, Electronic engineering and Telecommunications. His Communication channel research incorporates themes from Wideband and Antenna, Omnidirectional antenna. The various areas that he examines in his Path loss study include Radio propagation, Radio spectrum, Simulation and Algorithm.
His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Wireless, Wireless network and Cellular network, Computer network. His studies deal with areas such as Wireless WAN and Municipal wireless network as well as Computer network. Theodore S. Rappaport studied Telecommunications and Optics that intersect with Link and Signal.
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Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice
Theodore S. Rappaport.
Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular: It Will Work!
T. S. Rappaport;Shu Sun;R. Mayzus;Hang Zhao.
IEEE Access (2013)
Smart Antennas for Wireless Communications: IS-95 and Third Generation CDMA Applications
Joseph C. Liberti;Theodore S. Rappaport.
Millimeter-Wave Cellular Wireless Networks: Potentials and Challenges
Sundeep Rangan;Theodore S. Rappaport;Elza Erkip.
arXiv: Networking and Internet Architecture (2014)
Millimeter Wave Channel Modeling and Cellular Capacity Evaluation
Mustafa Riza Akdeniz;Yuanpeng Liu;Mathew K. Samimi;Shu Sun.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2014)
Cross-layer design for wireless networks
S. Shakkottai;T.S. Rappaport;P.C. Karlsson.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2003)
914 MHz path loss prediction models for indoor wireless communications in multifloored buildings
S.Y. Seidel;T.S. Rappaport.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (1992)
Propagation measurements and models for wireless communications channels
J.B. Andersen;T.S. Rappaport;S. Yoshida.
IEEE Communications Magazine (1995)
Overview of spatial channel models for antenna array communication systems
R.B. Ertel;P. Cardieri;K.W. Sowerby;T.S. Rappaport.
IEEE Personal Communications (1998)
Millimeter Wave Wireless Communications
Theodore S Rappaport;Heath;Daniels;Murdock.
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