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    The WiGig revolution slowly gains traction

    Life, James Hein, Published on 24/02/2016

    ยป Some time back I wrote that we would soon be seeing 100Gbps on our wireless data connections. The Japanese have claimed this speed using a new transmitter operating in the 275-305GHz range. This is close to standard fibre speeds using Wi-Fi and uses a multichannel technology to achieve it. Current Wi-Fi technology operates around the 5GHz band and at 60GHz for the so-called WiGig system. The higher the operating frequency the faster the data transmission and the expectation here is for terabits per second, or to put it another way, very fast. To do this they will need to extend the technology to an even higher frequency range.

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