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VNP
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re: Slot antenna boosts WiFi
VNP   9/9/2012 12:22:42 AM
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Well, idea is clear. But the carrier frequency is 'just' 135GHz. When will a technology support this frequency?

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re: Slot antenna boosts WiFi
agk   9/4/2012 10:40:08 AM
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The multipath propagation of millimeter waves are complicated in the near field. Unknown obstacles in side the area will create different delayed signals compared with the main signal. At 135 Ghz this needs to be tested practically and to be verified with the simulated results. if it goes well then for future we get miniaturized communication systems for our use with big bandwidth and in turn faster communications.



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