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Breakthrough allows full-duplex over existing wireless systems

2011.09.07 10:18 by Daniela
Tags: Wireless

 

Rice University researchers yesterday announced they have successfully demonstrated full-duplex wireless technology that would allow a doubling of network traffic without the need for more cell towers.

"Our solution requires minimal new hardware, both for mobile devices and for networks, which is why we've attracted the attention of just about every wireless company in the world," says Ashutosh Sabharwal, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Rice.

"The bigger change will be developing new wireless standards for full-duplex. I expect people may start seeing this when carriers upgrade to 4.5G or 5G networks in just a few years."

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