Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Up To 30 Gbps: New Chip Enables Record-Breaking Wireless Data Transmission Speed



It looks like we can expect faster wireless connections in the near future: Japanese electronic parts maker Rohm yesterday announced [JP] it has developed a chip that reached a wireless data transmission speed of 1.5 gigabits per second in experiments, the highest level ever. And according to the company, even 30Gbps will be possible in the future.



http://sitemarks.in/gadgets/up-to-30-gbps-new-chip-enables-record-breaking-wireless-data-transmission-speed-2/link/92653/ http://amplify.com/u/a1iqwk


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