Intel Research at Berkeley: Serving the Wireless Unserved

March 29th, 2007 |
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At the Intel Research Labs in Berkeley, Calif., Alan Mainwaring told PodTech’s Jason Lopez that technologies such as steerable antennas can give the poorest people in third world regions access to wireless services. Steerable antennas help reduce the cost of wireless infrastructure by allowing fewer antennas to serve more people.

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