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Building on our legacy as inventors of the technology that underpins WiFi, we're now working on next generation telecommunication solutions.
We're developing, designing and building antennas for applications in digital wireless networks, broadband communications and radio astronomy.
Primary topic: Wireless and networks
We invented and patented wireless local area network (WLAN) in the 1990s – a technology that has given us the freedom to work wirelessly in our homes and offices.
Ngara is our next-wave wireless technology that is optimising the wireless spectrum and helping connect more Australians in more places.
A three-month trial of our Ngara point-to-multipoint, spectrally-efficient wireless technology is being hosted by long-time CSIRO research collaborator Macquarie University, at Macquarie's Sydney campus, with help from industry partner Optus.
We've developed a specialised 'camera' for our newest radio telescope that dramatically increases how quickly it can survey the sky, and offers enormous potential for other rapid-imaging applications.
Primary topic: ASKAP and the SKA
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Last updated: Last updated: 4 February 2015
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