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Creepy Celeno WiFi Doppler can personalize TV and detect intruders

WiFi chip maker Celeno has made one of the more unconventional technology announcements of the year so far – unveiling a product that uses WiFi for the purpose of imaging as a replacement for cameras and sensors. The technology sounds ahead of its time which is exactly why consumers are unlikely to trust it and why operators are unlikely to make any money from it. Celeno’s new WiFi Doppler software, named after the Doppler effect that describes fluctuations in frequency or wavelength, aims to disrupt the hardware market by tracking object location without requiring additional devices. It does this by capturing the Doppler and Micro Doppler signatures of objects moving by applying advanced signal processing and machine learning algorithms to…

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