Sony, institute develop 6.3 Gbps wireless router chips

02/23/2012 | CNET

Sony and the Tokyo Institute of Technology teamed up to develop two chips for a wireless router capable of transferring data at 6.3 gigabits per second, significantly faster than current routers. A team at the institute developed a radio-frequency device and Sony produced a low-power baseband chip for the project. The system conforms to the 802.15.3c standard, which is not as widely embraced as the 802.11n and 802.11ac Wi-Fi standards, this blog post notes.

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