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Tuesday, 09 October 2012
Remember when our mobile phones were equipped with an infrared transceiver, and it is the only mode of connectivity between phones. Normally, we would place each phone side-by-side so that the infrared transceiver would match up and data could be transferred seamlessly between the phones. However, not many present smartphones are equipped with infrared anymore, as clearly, Bluetooth became the new standard.

Well, all’s not lost for infrared, as Fraunhofer has managed to develop a miniature infrared transceiver which is capable of transferring up to 1Gbps data – yes, that’s many times faster than Bluetooth! Apparently, the transceiver could be further scaled upwards, which could produce up to 3Gbps and 10Gbps data transfer rates – that would surely be an extremely speedy network connectivity! If the project does go through, perhaps the next connectivity standards might be an infrared one?

Fraunhofer Develops Extra-small 1Gbps Infrared Transceiver
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