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April 2, 2024: Vubiq Networks announced that it has been awarded U.S. patent number 11,936,087 entitled Printed Circuit Board with First and Second Surfaces Configured for Waveguide Coupling a Diplexer Mounted on the First Surface to a Transmitter and a Receiver Mounted on the Second Surface. The new technology enables maximum efficiency, performance and versatility in the production of millimeter wave wireless radios. It increases manufacturing efficiency by accommodating all components on a single, two-sided printed circuit board for efficient, single-pass production runs. The patented technology provides for more efficient power transfer and improves frequency division duplex (FDD) transmission by exacting a higher degree of signal isolation between the FDD frequencies.

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March 19, 2024: Vubiq Networks announced HaulPass Fiber, the industry’s first software-driven networking (SDN) millimeter wave radio. HaulPass Fiber is an innovative radio front end (RFE) that seamlessly integrates into the most complex fiber networks. By design, HaulPass Fiber does not have an internal Ethernet switch/router. Moving the network stack outside of the radio provides control where network operators want it – at the network controller or as an extension of a nearby switch. The new radio offers a paradigm shift for a wide range of high-capacity wireless communications applications. Incorporating patented technology, HaulPass Fiber is truly “wireless fiber.” Simply plug the E-Band radio into any existing network and instantly extend the fiber network wirelessly.

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March 12, 2024: Vubiq Networks announced that it has been awarded U.S. patent number 11,689,298 entitled Methods of Aligning an Articulated Antenna Device. The patent addresses the most critical challenges for millimeter wave point-to-point communications: automatic antenna alignment at installation, and importantly, maintaining that precise alignment over long distances despite the effects of pole sway and thermal effects. Rather than having to move the whole radio system for alignment as is necessary today, the company’s innovative approach controls the movement of only the high-gain antenna element. Using machine learning algorithms and sensor fusion technologies, the alignment and compensation control system leverages modern AI techniques in response to physical changes in the millimeter wave radio support structure.

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