TensorComm files wireless interference patent

TensorComm announced its 75th patent filing for wireless interference cancellation technologies. The filing relates to its interference canceling technology (ICT) as applied to multiple input/multiple output (MIMO) enabled networks. The company says its solution will improve the data throughput of 3G networks, including EV-DO and W-CDMA/HSDPA, and should apply to 4G networks as well. ICT reduces network interference and enables carriers to offer higher data rates, increased capacity and better coverage, according to the company.

For more on interference canceling technology:
- be sure to tune into our FierceLive! Webinar sponsored by ISCO International, entitled "Eliminate performance-robbing interference from your wireless network." Check it out here.
- also, take a look at this article from WirelessWeek

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