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MIMO

[ mahy-moh, mee ]

noun

  1. a technology for optimizing the speed, range, and reliability of wireless data transmission by using two or more antennas at the source and destination.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of MIMO1

Multiple-input/multiple-output

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Example Sentences

The telegram had been: "Very slightly feverish again," and signed "Mimo."

She had received a letter from Mimo, by the second post, with all details of what he had heard of Mirko.

She took the receiver up, and it was, indeed, Mimo's voice—and in terrible distress.

But now that she was dead, poor Mimo had sometimes gone for company into a class other than his own.

Countess Shulski was silent for a few moments, while both Mimo and Mirko watched her face anxiously.

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