Passive Wi-Fi – Bringing Low Power to Wi-Fi Transmissions

Passive Wi-Fi – Bringing Low Power to Wi-Fi Transmissions

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Bryce Kellogg, Vamsi Talla, Shyam Gollakota, Joshua R. Smith have published an research article discussing Passive Wi-Fi  transmission that consumes 3 – 4 orders of magnitude lower power than existing Wi-Fi chipsets.

Passive Wi-Fi transmissions can be decoded on any Wi-Fi device including routers, mobile phones and tablets. Building on this, we also present a network stack design that enables Passive Wi-Fi transmitters to coexist with other devices in the ISM band, without incurring the power consumption of carrier sense and medium access control operations

Passive Wi-Fi – Bringing Low Power to Wi-Fi Transmissions – [Link]

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