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Standard User mixt
(experienced) Sun 04-Mar-12 12:51:33
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Encoding many channels on the same wireless frequency


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Popped up on The Register a couple of days ago. A more detailed link covering the story is below:

http://iopscience.iop.org/1367-2630/14/3/033001/article

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Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 04-Mar-12 19:09:34
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Re: Encoding many channels on the same wireless frequency


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Yes, and the Italians showed that some particles can travel faster than light grin

It's experimental and and can't have any impact upon us until and if it is incorporated into our technology standards.

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Standard User dsergeant
(member) Mon 05-Mar-12 07:20:27
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For some reason this quite old news has hit the headlines again. The Italian glitzy light show (which all it was) was held last summer. It is a valid technique for optical communications, but its application for radio waves is very unlikely to be practical. There are so few real technical details given that it falls quite definitely into the 'snake oil' category.


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