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Many individuals have faced the annoyance of weak Wi-Fi signals, struggling to cover every nook of their homes. Australian startup Morse Micro has tackled this issue with a breakthrough in Wi-Fi technology, showcasing a signal with an impressive 3-kilometer range.

 

 

 

Morse Micro’s innovation lies in a system-on-chip (SoC) design utilizing the Wi-Fi HaLow wireless protocol, based on the IEEE 802.11ah standard. This protocol excels in extending the range by employing lower-frequency radio signals that travel farther than traditional Wi-Fi frequencies. Additionally, it operates on low power, catering specifically to Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

 

 

 

In a recent demonstration along San Francisco’s Ocean Beach, Morse Micro exhibited the technology’s prowess. Two tablets connected over a HaLow network displayed seamless communication at distances of up to 3 km, maintaining speeds around 1 megabit per second—sufficient to support a slightly pixelated video call.

 

 

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