Stanford Researchers Double Wireless Networking Speeds
Researchers at Stanford University have shown it's possible to double the data rate of communication networks without the need for additional frequencies, something that could lead to significantly faster wireless networking.
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#1 Feb 20, 2011
I'm quite confused by this piece. Why would they think you couldn't send and receive at the same time? I asked my undergrad antennas professor this same questions, about superposition of incoming/outgoing way. She said thats what a directional coupler is for. Throw that in with some matched filtering and it's the most obvious thing to do for every antenna system (and I'm pretty sure they do).
So where is the uniqueness with this? Just that it isn't in the current IEEE standard? That the low power levels of the incoming signal were difficult to see? No wireless textbook I've read has said it couldn't be done, but that it WAS being done.
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