> NTT DoCoMo said it transmitted data at 2.5 Gbps to a moving vehicle
> using MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output) technology. The tests
> are part of the Japanese operator's research into fourth-generation
> mobile technology. The vehicle, however, was traveling at 12 mph.
> MIMO, which sends data using multiple antennas, is emerging as the
> key enabler of super fast data speeds. It is an integral part of
> the 802.11n WiFi standard and will be an important development in
> the 3G standards-making process going forward. Look for lots of
> patents filed on this one.
Of course, Moco News doesn't know that 12 mph is a pretty good
representative sample of automobile speed in Tokyo ;-)
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