CSIRO Medals 2000 – Research achievement – Dr Terry Percival, Mr Graham Daniels and Professor David Skellern

By November 1st, 2000

CSIRO’s wireless invention lies at the heart of what is now the most popular way to connect computers without wires. It is used in offices, public buildings, homes and coffee shops – often called ‘WiFi Hotspots’. The invention came out of CSIRO’s pioneering work in radioastronomy.