Researchers from the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) and the University of Rennes have discovered a new method that allows Wi-Fi signals to penetrate walls more effectively, a development that could revolutionize home broadband – and 6G. (opens in a new tab)

Currently, Wi-Fi signals are reflected or absorbed by solid walls, limiting their range and transmission quality.

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