By Samantha Martell - August 18, 2016
Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Griffin Leclerc, a new employee at the UNH-IOL, to learn about what led him on his journey to working at the lab and where he hopes to be in the years to come.
By Matthew Jones - August 16, 2016
Nearing the final week of my internship I can say that I am amazed by the quality of my experience at the IOL. Not only have I been able to visit a number of companies ranging from larger corporations like Liberty Mutual and Verizon to smaller startups like QA Café, but I was able to use the knowledge learned in high school and put it to use in a real world application. On top of putting my skills to use, I have also learned many new skills.
By Ainsley-Aude Croteau - July 18, 2016
In September 2015, the UNH-IOL opened a new consortium in the Broadband testing services called G.fast. G.fast is an emerging technology which leverages existing telephone copper networks, similar to DSL, to deliver incredibly high bandwidth. Optical networks are gaining popularity due to their high throughput capacity. Despite this, fibre is still not being integrated into residential homes due to the high costs involved as well as keeping the more fragile glass fibers protected.
By Connor Wynn - July 18, 2016
The UNH-IOL DSL consortium offers testing based on the Broadband Forum TR-115 test plan. This test is an excellent starting point in understanding the overall quality and functionality of the modem or DSLAM’s (Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer) VDSL2 transceiver. The test cases within this test plan cover a variety of different functions and capabilities that the transceivers should be able to perform.
By Mara Bernazzani - July 14, 2016
The UNH-IOL has been a leader in testing Wireless LAN technologies and products since the inception of the IEEE 802.11 standards. The Wireless Testing is industry-supported and works with members to provide a neutral test environment with industry accepted test methodologies to promote and foster the interoperability of Wireless LAN devices. The lab offers testing services for both consumer and enterprise grade 802.11 stations and access points.
By Samantha Martell - June 10, 2016
High School Internship: Then and Now with Patrick MacArthur, a 2007 High School Intern
Recently I had the opportunity to interview an outstanding UNH student and UNH-IOL employee, Patrick MacArthur, to learn about how he started out as a High School Intern and where his journey has taken him over the years. I hope you enjoy reading about his experience as much as I did writing about it!
By Meghan Carroll - April 29, 2016
The IOL has been a key player for the Open Networking community, hosting plugfests to allow for the testing of whitebox switches.
By Ainsley-Aude Croteau - April 28, 2016
The Girls Who Code Club from Seacoast School of Technology, which is an afterschool program for girls of all ages (between the ages of 6 and 14) that focuses on their interest in learning more about programming and development, visited the UNH IOL on April 6, 2016 for their evening after school activity. This was their first field trip as a club and it was an unprecedented experience.
By Ashnav Lal - April 20, 2016
Hackathon? Confused? Don’t know what it is? Is it worth staying awake for 24-48 hours and trying to solve a world problem? Read my blog below to find out what a hackathon is and how I won an award at IDHACK 2016.
By Paul Willis - February 23, 2016
When we talk about digital information we usually think of binary data, which is composed of a sequence of ones and zeroes. Binary data only needs a single line, or wire, referenced to ground in the case of single ended signaling and two lines in the case of differential signaling. C-PHY is a physical layer transport that uses three lines to encode binary information adopted by the MIPI Alliance in October of 2014. Prior to C-PHY, there was no well-known coding scheme for encoding binary data on three lines.