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Submission + - DARPA in search of a 100 Gb/sec wireless technology that can penetrate clutter (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: "Researchers at DARPA this week will detail a program — with over $18.3 million in funding behind it — that looks to develop wireless communications links capable of supporting 100 Gb/sec capacity at ranges of 125 miles for air-to-air links and about 62 miles for air-to-ground links from an altitude of 60,000 ft."
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DARPA in search of a 100 Gb/sec wireless technology that can penetrate clutter

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