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People in Education: MSU researchers awarded $176,000

November 1, 2004 -- from MSU News Service

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Richard Wolff, Montana State University Gilhousen Telecommunications Chair, led a team of MSU researchers that received a $176,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to acquire state-of-the-art telecommunications test equipment. Randy Babbitt, physics, and Joe Shaw, electrical and computer engineering, are co-principal investigators. Other participating MSU faculty include Rufus Cone, Alan Craig and Alexander Rebane, physics, and Kevin Repasky, electrical and computer engineering. The grant will enable students and researchers to explore new communication network applications of novel optical technologies emerging from MSU's engineering and physics labs.

Contact Linda Wyckoff 994-2223