Oh please, the use of adaptive optics in communications is exactly as old as adaptive optics.
Also, @ac above, no it wont make cheap com links anytime soon; usefull adaptive optics involve a lot of fragile and high precision parts, professional maintainance and calibration. I actually can see how they might be manufactured cheaply, but not how they could be run cheaply and/or reasonably reliably in a mass- market.
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