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Licensing for secure data transmission systems using microwave self-phasing arrays

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    "The invention consists of two self-steering antenna arrays that permit secure data transmission between a wireless server and clients. One of the self-steering antennas is able to sense the direction of a incoming radio transmission and send a reply back in that same direction, without the complexities associated with conventional phased arrays or smart antennas. The other self steering array points a null of the radiation pattern towards the direction of the incoming signal. The whole system effectively provides super high directivity enabling point-to-point communications."
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    Taylor, Lee
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