Japan develops the new technology to make data transfer 10 times faster than 5G
Researcher in Japan has developed a terahertz transmitter capable of transmitting digital data 10 times faster than 5G mobile networks.
Researchers from Hiroshima university and national institute of information and communications technology in Japan have reportedly developed a terahertz (THz) transmitter which is capable of transmitting digital data at a rate exceeding 100 gigabits p/s over a single channel using the 300-gigahertz band. It means it can transfer a whole content of DVD data in fraction of seconds.
Terahertz bands which can used for ultrahigh speed wireless communication in future, it can offer ultrahigh-speed links to satellite as well. It can achieve a communication speed of 105 gigabits/seconds using the frequency range from 290 to 315 Gigahertz. The range of frequencies is currently unallocated but it will fall within 275 to 450 GHz.