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DARPA: Researchers develop chip part that could double wireless frequency capacity

A DARPA-funded research team said recently it had developed a tiny component for silicon-based circuitry that could double the radio-frequency (RF) capacity for wireless communications—offering faster web-searching as well as the development of smaller, less expensive and more readily upgraded antenna arrays for radar, signals intelligence, and other applications. [1]

[1]By Michael Cooney for Networkworld

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