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Join Date: Apr 2011
Sony & Tokyo Institute of Technology create new wireless chips
Sony & Tokyo Institute of Technology create new wireless chips.
A new wireless chip setup jointly designed by Sony and the Tokyo Institute of Technology could push the transfer speeds of wireless routers up by a significant amount in the coming years. The new design combines two chips to drastically improve wireless speeds.
Read the full article here: http://www.myce.com/news/sony-tokyo-...s-chips-59275/
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Blown to smitherines
Join Date: Jul 1999
Location: Between the CDFreaks Orange and Blue Portals
The problem with wireless is interference & attenuation - at that frequency, everything is impeding the signal - extremely limited signal.
That frequency is significantly higher than anything humans have ever used .. mass scale...
Join Date: Apr 2002
To obtain these speeds they had them 1 micrometer apart in a radio noise isolation room deep underground.
If they can get anywhere near what I get with a 1Gbit ethernet connection I would be happy though. Especially for HD video content. I really hope we can get to a stage where we can ditch all the cabling except the power chord (and maybe even that someday).