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Problem Addressed

Wireless networks today are limited by interference that occurs when two nearby devices transmit simultaneously, preventing either device from delivering its packet. Recent wireless systems like SAM, IAC and beamforming allow concurrent transmissions across different transmitters in the same interference region and have advanced the state of the art in practical wireless design, allowing wireless networks to double or triple their throughput. Nonetheless, these systems remain limited by the maximum number of antennas on an individual node, and cannot continuously scale the throughput as more transmitters join the systems. The Inventors have developed MegaMIMO, a practical system that overcomes this barrier and enables wireless throughput to increase linearly with the number of transmitters to enable fully scalable wireless networks.