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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Using Radar Detection To Boost Wi-Fi Speeds

This Router Uses Radar Detection to Boost Wi-Fi Speeds

Philip Michaels | January 4, 2016

Your home network is becoming more crowded than a freeway during rush hour. Ignition Design Labs thinks the way to end the traffic jam is to open up a few more lanes.
The company, which is made up of engineers who made their bones at places like Qualcomm and Broadcom, has come to CES 2016 to take the wraps off Portal, a router that can increase the available bandwidth on a network and dynamically pick the best channels for fast, reliable Wi-Fi performance. Pricing hadn't been set as of this writing, but Ignition is starting a Kickstarter campaign in February and envisions charging about $149.

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