1990s

Marty Pens Cooper’s Law: Data Over Usable Spectrum Doubles Every 30 Months – 1997

Marty penned Cooper’s Law in 1997, which states: “The maximum number of voice conversations or equivalent data transactions that can be conducted in all of the useful radio spectrum over a given area has doubled every 30 months for more than 100 years and will continue to do so indefinitely.” Below is the diagram Marty …

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Intelligent Antennas: Spatial Division Multiple Access, IA Communications Review – 1996

Marty and ArrayComm’s Research Team Leader Goldberg wrote an article for Iowa University’s 1996 Review of Communications about how intelligent antennas work, and how they can reduce the cost of deploying a wireless network. The article concludes: “It is unlikely that new personal wireless systems will be built a few years from now without the …

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