December 2013
Microwaves & RF;Dec2013, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the research paper titled "Full Duplex Radios," by Dinesh Bharadia, Emily McMilin and Sachin Katti. It is noted that the paper provides design and implementation of a full-duplex WiFi radio. It is noted that the radio can transmit and receive on the same channel by using standard IEEE 802.11ac technology and a single antenna.


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