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Wireless Networking Hardware

Using the Terahertz Spectrum for Wireless Communication 134

Posted by CowboyNeal
from the kicking-it-up-a-notch dept.
holy_calamity writes "A first step to allowing wireless data transfer over a currently unused part of the electromagnetic spectrum is reported in New Scientist. Terahertz radiation exists between radio and infrared. A new filter created at the University of Utah can filter out particular frequencies, a prerequisite for using it for data. The abstract of the paper in the journal Nature is freely available."
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Using the Terahertz Spectrum for Wireless Communication

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