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Massive MIMO technology employs many antennas and massive computational power to serve many users concurrently, reusing the same spectrum spatially. About a decade ago, researchers from Rice University, Bell Labs, and Yale University reported the world's first massive MIMO base station prototype, Argos, which helped elevate it to an important technology for 5G. Recently the third generation of Argos has been adopted as a key component by the US Platform for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program and made commercially available.

On August 5, Lin Zhong, Professor of Computer Science at Yale University, will share their experience of building three generations of Argos, their ongoing effort toward commoditizing future wireless infrastructures, and the (surprising) link between wireless and quantum computing.


  • Lin Zhong (Professor of Computer Science at Yale University)

    Lin Zhong

    Professor of Computer Science at Yale University

    Lin Zhong is Professor of Computer Science with Yale University. He received his B.S and M.S. from Tsinghua University and Ph.D. from Princeton University. From 2005 to 2019, he was with Rice University. At Yale, he leads the Efficient Computing Lab to make computing, communication, and interfacing more efficient and effective. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award, the Duncan Award from Rice University, and the RockStar Award from ACM SIGMOBILE. He is a Fellow of IEEE.

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