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Created October 11, 2016

An ultrahigh speed, wireless communication network using THz instead of GHz frequencies is now one step closer. Researchers at Radboud University’s FELIX Laboratory (Nijmegen, Netherlands) have shown that it is possible to effectively transmit signal waves with THz frequencies through the existing fibre optic network.

HD television, big data, the internet of things and social media have considerably increased the data rate of wireless communication networks, and continue to do so. One way to facilitate this network growth is to use terahertz frequencies with high-speed data rates of up to 100 Gbit/s.

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