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    Scientists develop groundbreaking new Wi-Fi three-times faster, double the distance

    Scientists at MIT have developed a new wireless technology that can triple Wi-Fi data speeds.

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    MIT's MegaMIMO 2.0 works by allowing several routers to work in harmony, transmitting data over the same piece of spectrum.
    So mostly for commercial application rather than for people at home. Would be ideal for coffee shops, airports etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saor View Post
    So mostly for commercial application rather than for people at home. Would be ideal for coffee shops, airports etc.
    Can let the piggybacking neighbors get better reception, now can we?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja'd View Post
    Can let the piggybacking neighbors get better reception, now can we?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saor View Post
    So mostly for commercial application rather than for people at home. Would be ideal for coffee shops, airports etc.
    To me the logical implementation would be to build routers with more than one transmitter.
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    Glad to see the MIT whizzkids are using Ubuntu!
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    Quote Originally Posted by saor View Post
    So mostly for commercial application rather than for people at home. Would be ideal for coffee shops, airports etc.
    Apartment situation. This was in the CBD (Thibault) last Friday:
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