New chip claims multi-gigabit transfers over 60GHz RF

cmos-60ghzThe Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC) at the Georgia Institute of Technology  has announced a CMOS chip that is capable of transmitting 60GHz RF signals.
The technology is claimed to be capable of wireless data-transfer speeds in the multi-gigabit range. Potential applications include high-speed short-range communication between desktop computers, data centers, wireless home audio or video systems, or moving gigabytes of photos and video to and from mobile devices…READ NORE

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Source: Electonista

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