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In quest for one terabit per second wireless, radio returns to its roots

With smartphones glued to our hands providing ready access to the sum of humanity's knowledge and cat videos, the world as a whole is chewing through serious amounts of data. Researchers are using infrared, the UHF spectrum, and mm-wave transceivers to find faster and more efficient ways to transmit that information, and now a team at Rice University is taking inspiration from the very first radios in the quest to achieve blistering wireless data transfer rates of 1 terabit per second.
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