A fish may hold the key to more efficient wireless networks



Athens, Ga. – As wireless networks become more crowded with devices and more taxed by the demand for anytime, anywhere access, these networks are susceptible to radio frequency interference and jamming. It’s a problem that potentially affects everything from personal smartphones to communications satellites.

An unlikely source—a small South American fish known as Eigenmannia that depends on electrolocation for survival—presents a potential solution, according to researchers in the University of Georgia College of Engineering.

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Organization Type: Education/Institution
Article Type: Expert Article
Industry: Communication Services
Focus: Innovation/R&D
Location: Athens
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