May 13, 2010

Wi-Fi Alliance Developing 60 GHz Frequency

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The Wi-Fi Alliance has teamed with WiGig to develop a 60 gigahertz frequency band for high speed between devices in the same room. Although it may not be available for about 2 years, the technology may show up in Blu-ray players that will send signals to TVs. In the future, digital cams may send wirelss signals as well. The Alliance's Edgar Figueroa says that means super speeds of gigabits per second.

Via Wired

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at May 13, 2010 8:35 PM

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