Iranian Researchers Develop Beyond 5G Wireless Transceiver

Iranian Researchers Develop Beyond 5G Wireless Transceiver چهارشنبه 26 تیر 1398 - 14:25

Iranian researchers at the University of California, Irvine have developed a new wireless transceiver which can enable ultra-fast data processing with less energy consumption.

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