$3.6M Euro Project Targets Integrated Wireless Nets

Researchers at Imperial College, London have launched a project called MEMBRANE (Multi-Element Multihop Backhaul Reconfigurable Antenna Network), which seeks to come out with an integrated set of antennae and wireless networking technologies. The $3.6 million project is supported by Intel, Lucent Technologies and Telefonica as well as the European Commission. The group hopes to have developed a prototype by June 2008.
Via [informationweek.com]

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