August 11, 2020

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Weather-proof chip aims to take self-driving tech wireless communications to next level

Weather-proof chip aims to take self-driving tech wireless communications to next level

A new device can overcome challenges like bad weather to deliver more secure, reliable communications. This could aid military communications in challenging areas, improve the ability of self-driving cars to see the environment around them and speed up wireless data for potential 6G networks.

Date: 2020-11-12


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