Home Web Site
of Progress, Technical, and Final Reports of the National Science
Foundation Wireless Field Test Project ANI-9909218
This site is the publically available
hub for reporting plans, progress reports and test results from
the Prototype Testing and Evaluation of Wireless Instrumentation
for Ecological Research at Remote Field Locations by Wireless
National Science Foundation Project which ran from Sept 15th,
1999 through August 30th, 2006.
You can view the progress diaries
either by Time Line
or by Location.
Go right to the Final Reports
of the Project here.
For a brief tutorial on Spread
Spectrum Radio and it's application, go to Tutorial.
For a 16 page narrative interview
explaining in layman language the current state of wireless:
Cook Report Interview
The site also archives the earlier
Wireless Field Test projects for Education, Local History
by Wireless, and the Mongolian Wireless.
If you would like to see a remarkable
US Patent filed by the 'the most beautiful woman in the world'
of 1940, actress Hedy Lamarr which first described 'frequency
hopping' - the basis of many advanced spread spectrum radios today
click on Hedy