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Marconi inspires Rice University design for 1-terabit wireless

(Rice University) Rice University wireless researchers are taking a page from radio inventor Guglielmo Marconi as they embark on a three-year quest to create the first laser-free, wireless system capable of delivering 1 terabit of data per second. That's more than 20,000 times faster than today's speediest 4G wireless networks.
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Rice University wireless researchers are taking a page from radio inventor Guglielmo Marconi to create the first laser-free, wireless system capable of delivering 1 terabit of data per second.

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