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MIT Researchers Solve the Spectrum Crunch to make Wi-Fi 10 times Faster

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    While using your cell phone at a massive public event, like a concert, conference, or sporting event, you have probably experienced slow communication, poor performance or slow browsing speeds, as crowds arrive. That's because of ‘Spectrum Crunch’, which means, Interference of WiFi signals with each other. WiFi signals of all cell-phones in a large event interfere with each other because
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