By Twisting Light Signals into a Vortex, Researchers Create Fastest Wireless Connection Ever

Jun 25, 2012 by

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By twisting radio waves into a threaded vortex, an international team of researchers has beamed data through the air at 2.5 terabits per second, creating what has to be the fastest wireless network ever created. Moreover, the technique used to create this effect has no real theoretical ceiling, ExtremeTech reports. That means–in theory–that an infinite number of these vortex beams could be threaded together to add infinite capacity to conventional transmission protocols.

By Twisting Light Signals into a Vortex, Researchers Create Fastest Wireless Connection Ever

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