Fujitsu succeeded in super high speed communication of 10 Gbps or more, it can also be applied to "ultra high speed wireless LAN"
We announced that Fujitsu has succeeded in super high speed communication of 10 gigabits per second (1.25 gigabytes per second) or more.
In addition to being able to be applied to "ultra high-speed wireless LAN" in the future, this technology can be applied to areas where it is difficult to lay optical fiberDigital divide (information gap)It is useful for solving the problem.
Details are as below.
world's first! Successful millimeter wave communication of more than 10 gigabits per second by impulse radio system: Fujitsu
According to this release, Fujitsu "Millimeter waveIt is said that it succeeded in large capacity wireless communication exceeding 10 gigabits per second (10 Gbps) by using a very high frequency band of 70 to 100 GHz called so called.
In addition, since the number of components used has been increased for electronic components that operate at high frequencies, the miniaturization and cost reduction of the devices have not progressed in the past, but the number of parts is reduced, and the size and cost reduction Is possible "impulse radio system"Ultra Wideband WirelessWe developed a communication device based on.
This is a millimeter wave communication device of the impulse radio system
Fujitsu said it was possible to reduce the size and cost of communication devices, and the developed communication device can be applied as a substitute for trunk lines in areas where fiber-optic communication networks can not be installed, so the digital divide In addition to contributing to resolution, it is said that it can be applied to ultra high-speed wireless LAN and so on.
In the future, we are planning to conduct field trials aiming at development of a practical system around 2012, targeting the radio trunk line. Although it is a very interesting communication technology, it seems that the recording speed of HDD, SSD, etc. will be a bottleneck this time.
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