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Japanese Scientists Develop 100 GBPS Radio Transmission System

By Doug Irwin | February 16, 2017

Hiroshima University, the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology of Japan, and Panasonic Corporation recently announced the development of a terahertz (THz) transmitter capable of transmitting digital data at a rate exceeding 100 gigabits per second over a single radio channel in the 300 GHz band.

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