Develop Wi-Fi system that could transmit seven Blu-ray per second
The 300 Mbps Optical fiber connection to Verizon offers its FiOS package Quantum home , considered the world’s fastest connection available, will remain as a miserable 56 Kbps modem compared to 2.5 terabytes per second that were able to wirelessly transmit scientists California.
With this speed, to transmit seven full-length movies on Blu-ray would take a second of time (and eager imagine buying stress balls for waiting.)
This accomplishment was achieved by a team of American and Israeli researchers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA at the University of Southern California. Using electromagnetic waves bent into its vortex, managed to put more data into a single stream of signals.
This team managed to turn eight data streams to be transmitted simultaneously, each with a capacity of 300Gbps, achieving record 2.5Tbps transmission.
The new transmission technique was tested between two points at one meter distance and high-tech equipment, which means that for the moment, we have to wait until it can maintain enough signal amplification to transmit over longer distances and through extensive hardware capable of generating this signal hyper fast at affordable costs to the market.
According to scientists, this technique could theoretically be used to turn hundreds and even thousands of signals at once, allowing not only greater speed but attention to the demand for multiple shipments into a single beam technique that could solve current problems of bandwidth in some types of communication services.Connectivity, hardware, Optical fiber, Wi-Fi