techno global

Wireless chip broadcasting data at a speed of 36 gigabits per second

Technology News

This chip with just 4.4 square mm dimensions can broadcast data at a speed of 36 gigabits per second.
California: Although the 5G technology is at its earliest, however, University of California, Aron engineers have invented a small mini chip called “Beyond 5-G”, which is Working on 115 GHz or more frequency, 36 gigabits data can be received and broadcast-ed at a speed of per second. That is why some experts are calling it “the first step towards 6G”.

Published in the latest issue of ‘IEEE Journal of Solid State Circles’, the inventory specifies that it is just 4.4 square mm wide chip, which will be more appropriate to say “6G Prototype”. In its current condition, it can only broadcast data up to 30 cm while using 200 mm of energy. It works on 115 to 135 GHz radio frequency.

If it is done with current Wi-Fi wireless chips, it will be discovered that they are operating between 24 to 39 GHz frequency, whereas they can have maximum speed of data transfer up to 6 gigabits per second. “5G beyond” chip, it also has the ability to transfer data to six times high speed.

This chip invention team in University of California, Arron is now engaged in trying to improve its inventions so that it will be able to meet the commercial and industrial requirements as soon as possible. There are huge possibilities available before 6G, which includes every sector plus better wireless broadband, where the speed of transmission of data through the data of wireless communication is increasing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *