MIT Development Could Ease Spectrum Crunch

December 30, 2013

“Cognitive Coexistence Radio,” a technology developed by researchers at MIT’s Lincoln Lab could help alleviate ever-increasing RF spectrum space shortage problems.

Afarin Bellisario, technology licensing offer at MIT described CCR this past October at the Telecommunications Industry Association conference in Washington D.C.

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