ANU-MIMO

Imagine an embedded wireless device that could cooperate with an arbitrary number of similar devices to form a massive city-wide WiFi access point.

Such a network would be a large-scale, geographically distributed, decentralised and scalable Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) system.

Research

The ANU-MIMO network democratises the Internet by allowing users to share long-range broadband. Depending on the carrier frequency, bandwidth and the number of embedded devices, many or all of these could be receiving broadband at over 100 kms from a major town centre.

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