The researchers at MIT have collaborated their resources and knowledge to design a modern Wi-Fi system that will have the ability to transfer data at a mind-boggling speed, especially within densely populated zones. The MegaMIMO 2.0 can easily ward off the surrounding interference in order to boost its sharing speed.
Oftentimes I have found it awfully irritating to connect with public Wi-Fi due to numerous routers all interconnected for allowing other users to get access to the internet; this ultimately leads to high interference.
Heartfelt gratitude to the researchers at MIT who have been working together on this project called MegaMIMO 2.0 that will provide a suitable solution to overcome this signal interference problem.
According to one of the published results by the researchers at MIT, which clearly explains how this whole concept will get implemented to attain their desired results. An algorithm has been developed that will enable multiple routers to transmit information at the same frequency without causing any distortion in the signal, as per CNN Money.
The term MIMO stands for “multiple inputs, multiple outputs.” These researchers have already observed that the Wi-Fi speed has improved by 3.3 times, moreover, according to Ezzeldin Hussein Hamed, the leading person in this project believes that with more routers connected, the speed will be at least 10 times faster!
“This can enable some things that never could’ve been done before.”
And this is not the least. Researchers involved in this project are trying to deliver this technology to the hands of the common people, and I can’t wait to purchase mine.
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