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Connection One is a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center established by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. The Connection One Research Center is at the forefront of developing the next generation antennas, low-power computer chips, advanced transistor models and cutting-edge multiple-function circuitry to enhance technologies ranging from cellular to environmental and defense applications.

The NSF-funded center partners with universities and corporations to bring together the academic laboratory with state-of-the-art research initiatives and real-world market applications. In addition to Arizona State University (the lead university), the Center includes Ohio State University. Industrial partners include: AFRL, Altera Corp., Bridgestone Americas Tire, Commscope, Intel, MIT Lincoln Labs, MIPR/NSF, Naval Research Lab, Nimbis Services, NXP Semiconductors, Orton Foundation, PaneraTech, Inc., Qualcomm, and Space Micro.


National Science Foundation,  Industry-University Cooperative Research Center


September 2014 — December 2020