Lancaster engineers set sights on millimeter-wave milestone

While millimeter-wave (W-band) research is being conducted at universities around the world, the UK's Lancaster University is said to be creating the fastest outdoor wireless Internet connection in the world. The project will be officially launched on campus on Jan. 15,  2015, when Professor Andy Sutton, the principal network architect at EE, will address the session open to the public with a talk entitled "The role of W-band millimeter wave radio systems in next generation mobile networks backhaul." For  more, see this Lancaster University post.

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