Hackaday: Full Duplex Radio Claimed Easier with Analog Module
Full Duplex Radio Claimed Easier with Analog Module by Al Williams
https://hackaday.com/2020/01/06/full-duplex-radio-claimed-easier-with-analog-module/ (sourced and republished from RSS feeds)
There’s an old saying that we have one mouth and two ears so you can listen twice as much as you talk. However, talking and listening at the same time is fairly difficult and doing it with radio signals is especially hard. A company called Kumu Networks has an analog module that can use self-interference cancellation which allows transmitting and receiving on the same frequency with around 50 dB of the transmitted signal in the transceiver. You can see a video about Kumu’s claims its technology below.