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Full-Duplex Comm Almost Here

Algorithm does full-duplex without multiplex
6/11/2015 08:30 AM EDT
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Kevin Neilson
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In the lab
Kevin Neilson   6/11/2015 5:00:15 PM
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I have to say I won't beleive it until I see it working in the real world.  It's conceptually possible, but seems extremely difficult in practice. 

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Re: Maybe use it for fixed wireless at first?
R_Colin_Johnson   6/11/2015 4:54:06 PM
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You are absolutely right. The could not reveal where their first customer was going to use Kumu, but they did say that Femto Cells feeding WiFi and the like--to which I think you are referring--would be a good starting place. Right on!

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Maybe use it for fixed wireless at first?
Doug_S   6/11/2015 4:39:52 PM
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Since fixed wireless for rural broadband is an easier problem but one where doubling the bandwidth will be very welcome, shouldn't they start there first?

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Kumu Doubles Wireless Bandwidth
R_Colin_Johnson   6/11/2015 2:13:50 PM
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Full-duplex without multiplex doubles the capacity of a wireless network by allowing the same frequency to be used at the same time for both transmission and reception.

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