Cohda Tests Enhanced Wi-Fi In Australian City

Cohda Wireless is testing how OFDM technology can improve both unlicensed wireless and licensed public-safety networks. The Australian municipal Wi-Fi startup, which emerged from the University of South Australia’s Institute for Telecommunications Research, expects the technology to support applications for police and fire networks such as automatic vehicle location tracking, voice-over-Internet Protocol, teleconferencing and distribution of full-motion video from in-vehicle cameras. The trial in Adelaide, Australia uses the 4.9- and 5.8-GHz spectrum but the coverage is expected to include the 2.4-GHz unlicensed, 3.65-GHz broadband wireless and 5.9-GHz telematics bands. The public-safety tests aim to tackle sever multipath and physical interference conditions.
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