Twisted waves will raise radio and WiFi carrying capacityTaken from: Marine Electronics & Communications April/May 2012
The use of twisted electromagnetic (EM) waves could increase maritime radio transmission capacity without requiring additional bandwidth. Technology being developed in universities across Europe could see more data crammed onto existing services, or the creation of new maritime applications.
The increasing use of wireless communications rapidly eats up the capacity of available frequency bands. But scientists in Sweden and Italy experimenting with EM waves have opened up new possibilities for w....Please login to read the rest of this story
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