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Ericsson makes bus windows part of a Wi-Fi network

Stephen Lawson | May 23, 2013
Translucent layers of metal inside glass windows could block outside signals and reinforce those inside.

The concept could also translate from buses and trains to glass-walled office buildings, he said. In addition to strengthening an interior Wi-Fi network, such antennas could improve coverage and capacity on indoor cellular systems while easing the demands on nearby cell towers that people indoors would otherwise be using.


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