Google is hiding a big secret in the desert of New Mexico and the results may astonish you

Google has a big secret and its hiding the bang in the middle of the desert. For some time now, IT Giant Google has been working on a massive project in the desert of New Mexico. Trending news around the world speaks of Google’s secret giant radio transmitter at Spaceport. The project is estimated to take a couple of years and has been initiated by Google to test the commercialization of millimeter wave technology.

Google’s secret has filtered out depicting the process being built in spaceport America’s large New Mexico Hangar. The 100 kW transmitters are part of Google’s secret desert project called Skybender and will actually use drones running on solar power to test out the viability of incredibly high millimeter band waves.

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As of now, Google’s project is deemed top secret and confidential. Information to such effect doesn’t exactly reveal the true nature of the project and its real objectives. However it is known that Google has been conducting various tests in the desert that includes a variety of bandwidths including the high frequency millimeter bandwidth technology too. What exactly is Google up to? Taking into account Google’s vast record of constant internet productivity and improvement, will it have a big surprise in store for us in the near future?

The project at spaceport is believed to be costing Google a near fortune and to the tune of approximately $1000 a day. The fact that it is top secret was revealed by Brian Benchoff, who was privy to a document sent by Google to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) requesting permission in seeking confidential status to its new project of experimental radio testing for a period of 2 years. At least we know this much that the project is estimated to be ready by 2018.

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