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December 13th, 2006
Lumera Achieves Multi-Band Millimeter Wave Communications...
Lumera Corporation (NASDAQ: LMRA), an emerging leader in the field of nanotechnology, announced today encouraging results for its multi-band millimeter wave wireless bridge.
Previously, the Company had announced the successful test of its single band prototype. The new tests were of its multi-frequency band prototype, which is designed to transmit data at spectrum frequencies of 35, 94, and 140 GHz. Data rates from 2.5 Gbps to 10 Gbps were successfully tested and Lumera anticipates that the system will have the capacity to operate at a range of up to three miles per data link. In addition to high data rate transmission, the multi-band system offers adaptive frequency switching to provide link resilience by responding to changes in atmospheric conditions.
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