Wireless transceiver touts faster data transfer

20 Feb 2008
00:00

NEC's new CMOS wireless transceiver runs on the 60 GHz-band and is designed to enable consumer wireless systems with multi-gigabit data transmission.

NEC said it has developed a new design approach to produce maximum power output while maintaining long-term reliability.

The transmitter and receiver chips were fabricated based on standard 90-nanometer CMOS technology and demonstrated a data rate of 2.6 Gbps.

The 60-GHz band is suited for high-speed wireless transmissions with bit rates exceeding 2 Gbps, and has been adopted as the license-free band in the US, Canada and Japan.

Wireless technology that utilizes this frequency band is considered to be the only existing solution to transmit truly uncompressed high-definition television or HDTV signal transmission with a data rate between 1.5 and 3 Gbps.

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