Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Wi-Fi speeds could triple and range double thanks to MIT breakthrough - Liam Tung, ZD Net

Researchers at MIT claim to have created a network-boosting technology that could triple the speed of Wi-Fi and double its range. The MIT team has devised a system that can overcome Wi-Fi bandwidth constraints that stem from the limited spectrum available for carrying data to and from devices wirelessly. The researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) developed a new set of signal-processing algorithms which allow multiple routers, and other wireless access points, to concurrently transmit data to multiple receivers, using the same frequency and without interference.

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