Researchers Muffle Radio Noise to Make WiFi Breakthrough

February 17, 2011 No Comments

A team of Stanford researchers have come up with “full duplex” radios that can talk and listen at the same time — a feat that enables communications simultaneity over WiFi networks. Cutting through existing WiFi congestion could double network speeds and capacities, encourage ambitious new projects — such as citywide WiFi — and even help prevent plane crashes.

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