This blog is hosted by Erik G. Larsson, IEEE Fellow and Professor at Linköping University, Sweden, and Emil Björnson, IEEE Fellow and Professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. We also publish guest posts from fellow researchers, but not sponsored posts.
The focus is on emerging technologies, promising research results, and commentary of news in the broader field of wireless technology. Our intention is to serve the community by helping distill relevant reads from the research literature, and debunking misconceptions.
The blog first started in 2016 with a focus on Massive MIMO technology, but has since grown to become a place to learn about developments in wireless communications in general. In 2021 the blog was renamed as “Wireless Future” to unify our three projects that go under this label:
- The “Wireless Future” blog (this site);
- The “Wireless Future” podcast, featuring conversations on topics in wireless technology and interviews with authorities in the field;
- The “Wireless Future” YouTube channel, with educational videos on wireless technology.
Comments to any items published here are invited, but all posts are moderated. Submitted comments should be substantive and written in proper English. Minor editing of the comment might take place to ensure clarity. Questions or suggestions for topics may be submitted to the blog organizers via email, and will be received with thanks.