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MIT unlocks the secret to safer, tighter, stronger Wi-Fi

MIT unlocks the secret to safer, tighter, stronger Wi Fi

MIT researchers are working on a new wireless system that allows Wi-Fi signals to pinpoint a user’s location, which could unlock Wi-Fi geo-fencing capabilities and even lead to safer drones.

Under the new wireless project, dubbed Chronos, a team of researchers from the university’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have presented a new system where Wi-Fi signals locate a user rather than a user’s device attempting to find an open network to connect to.

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