Peter Cochrane: The 'war of the wireless antennas' won't be won without a fundamental rethink

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Peter Cochrane: Wireless networking is all very well, but do we have enough bandwidth and can we manage it all?
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Peter Cochrane: Wireless networking is all very well, but do we have enough bandwidth and can we manage it all?

The release of wireless spectrum is one thing, but how can antenna technology efficiently manage the many different bands and technologies? Peter Cochrane suggests that it can't

Take a close look at any modern war ship, aircraft and most fighting vehicles and you will see antennas populating the real estate and fabric of the structure. On ships, antennas are generally v...

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