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Wilocity Chipset to Deliver WiGig Speed to Mobile Devices

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a.saji
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a.saji   2/27/2014 12:35:19 AM
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@nancy: Yes the range does matter a lot. Speed also is an important factor but its useless if you do not have a proper range.     

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Nancy Golden   2/26/2014 10:48:52 PM
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It also seems to me that its limited range for data transfer would make it not as desirable...even if you are faster, if you don't have much range you wil only frustrate the user...

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naperlou   2/26/2014 11:26:05 AM
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Elizabeth, this is a very interesting device.  I wonder about its use in phones.  I can see a device such as a laptop.  I think the phone would have trouble consuming all that bandwidth.  I may be wrong, though.  I am just thinking about my boys watching movies on their phones via WiFi.

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