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Researchers confirm possibility of wireless communication 40m underground

South Korean researchers have made a discovery that enables wireless communication below the Earth's surface, a significant departure from their traditional focus on terrestrial communication systems. This development opens ...


Near-field wideband channel estimation for extremely large-scale MIMO

Extremely large-scale multiple-input-multiple-output (XL-MIMO) at millimeter-wave (mmWave) and terahertz (THz) bands plays an important role in 6G networks for its extreme high beamforming gain and abundant spectrum resources.


Scientists develop an energy-efficient wireless power and information transfer system

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoTs) refers to a technology that combines wireless sensors, controllers, and mobile communication technologies to make every aspect of industrial production processes intelligent and efficient. ...


Delta Air Lines says it has protected its planes against interference from 5G wireless signals

Delta Air Lines said Thursday that it has completed upgrading its fleet to protect key equipment against interference from 5G wireless signals, plugging a hole that could have disrupted flights during low visibility.


T-Mobile to lay off 7% of workforce

Bellevue, Washington-based T-Mobile announced Thursday it plans to shed 5,000 roles, or nearly 7% of its workforce. The company will inform all laid-off employees by the end of September.


Internet shutdowns: Here's how governments do it

Senegal's government has shut down internet access in response to protests about the sentencing of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko. This is a tactic governments are increasingly used during times of political contention, ...


A new weapon in the war on robocalls

The latest weapon in the war on robocalls is an automated system capable of analyzing the content of these unsolicited bulk calls to shed light on both the scope of the problem and the type of scams being perpetuated by robocalls. ...