Monash-Warwick project on optical wireless wins ARC grant

November 2012
Engineer (Online Edition);11/19/2012, p7
The article reports that the Australian Research Council has awarded a 410,000 dollars Discovery Grant to Monash and Warwick universities for a project focusing on transmitting data through light. It is noted that short-range communications systems with virtually unlimited bandwidth will be developed under the grant.


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