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Researchers demonstrate blazing fast 100 Gb/sec Wi-Fi network

By Shawn Knight ยท 6 replies
Oct 15, 2013
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  1. Wi-Fi is one of the most convenient technologies in recent memory but if you want blazing fast speeds, a wired network is still the best bet. That may all be changing, however, as a team of German scientists from the...

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  2. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,425   +112

    I am sure their model office test lab there works wonders. But how about creating real homes environment testing. Where you have Smart Meters for (Electric and Water) connected to your home that transmits a signal back to the Utility Companies or an offical from that company that drives around with his receiver to read your current meter readings without ever getting out to manual read it.

    Drywall, Metal or aluminum frame structures, cast iron pipes, fireplace or old brick walls, Cordless Phones, Cell Phone, Ifra Red Cooking Stove, Induction System Cooking Stove, Microwave oven, CLF lights if you don't use LED light yet. Any central AC/heating using transformers or any EMI/EMF waves. All things to consider.

    Getting a Trifield 100XE EMF Meter and measuring the EMF waves from the internal / external interference should be a major concern. Current WiFi tech we all have in our home/office has it's limits I am sure once this new 100 GB WiFi tech ever gets to our homes there should be some speed limits that we won't get as describe above. Tech has to develop to min these EMF waves that would conflict with any newer tech.
  3. nismo91

    nismo91 TS Evangelist Posts: 916   +24

    So much for this 'theoritical speeds'... of course not all of us can afford top-of-the-line routers and adapters. even for something simple like wireless N, any midrange MIMO routers and adapters or below will struggle to live up to their 300Mbps speed claims.
  4. misor

    misor TS Evangelist Posts: 1,230   +229

    If only Philippine ISPs were obliged to also increase minimum 'broadband' speeds at little to no additional costs to consumers. :)
  5. t3chn0vamp

    t3chn0vamp TS Booster Posts: 128   +19

    Great discovery but still It has a long way to go to get ready for home users.
  6. Jad Chaar

    Jad Chaar Elite Techno Geek Posts: 6,515   +974

    This is awesome! But it will take a while before it reaches the consumer level like Techno said above.
  7. ...and then their brains turned into cancerous mush.

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