Tokyo Institute and Fujitsu demo 56Gbps wireless transmission.

Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Laboratories have developed a CMOS Transceiver IC supporting wireless transmission speeds of 56Gbps.

imageThe Institute  and Fujitsu Labs have developed high-speed wireless transceiver technologies that use the millimeter-waveband (30-300 GHz), where there are few competing wireless applications, and which are capable of large-capacity communications.

The CMOS transceiver chip can process signals at high speeds with little loss across a broad range of frequencies, from 72 to 100 gigahertz (GHz). The researchers also developed technology to modularize it.

This technology makes it possible to have high-capacity wireless communications equipment that can be installed outdoors in applications where fiber-optic networks would be difficult to lay.


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