T-rays for speedy internet
May 16, 2012 |
Do your internet downloads seem to take for ever?
It could be because you need a higher-frequency bandwidth for your Wi-Fi. Scientists in Japan have developed the fastest ever wireless data transmitter. It uses ‘T-rays’, a different part of the electromagnetic spectrum away from the overcrowded frequencies we currently rely on. Data beams out of the transmitter 20 times faster than your home Wi-Fi, equivalent to downloading a high-definition movie in four seconds.
At the moment it only has a very small range, but it could eventually revolutionise the way we transmit data across the internet.
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