31 May '13, 11pm

IBM breakthrough could alleviate mobile data bottleneck

IBM breakthrough could alleviate mobile data bottleneck

SAN FRANCISCO—Scientists from IBM say they have achieved a milestone in millimeter-wave ICs that can alleviate data bottleneck issues for mobile communications while allowing radar-imaging technology to be scaled down to the size of a computer laptop. Millimeter-wave bandwidth has the ability to support Gb/s wireless communications, expanding opportunities for mobile backhaul, small cell infrastructure, and data center overlay network deployment, according to IBM. The IBM scientists have created a phased-array transceiver that contains all of the millimeter-wave components necessary for both high data-rate communications and advanced-resolution radar imaging applications. According to Alberto Valdes-Garcia, one of the lead researchers from IBM that worked on the project, the key advance in the new chip is the monolithic integration of all of the necessary components, inclu...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4415462/IBM-break...

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