20 Jan '17, 2pm

UCLA's Electromagnetic Wave Router Offers Unlimited Bandwidth

UCLA's Electromagnetic Wave Router Offers Unlimited Bandwidth

By Jof Enriquez Follow me on Twitter @jofenriq Screencap from an animation of “sequentially switched delay lines” in action: The approach switches incoming and outgoing electromagnetic waves along different but equal-length paths to avoid interference. Image courtesy of UCLA Electrical engineers at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed a new type of circulator that uses a concept called Sequentially-Switched Delay Line (SSDL), which enables the simultaneous use of the same frequency for incoming and outgoing information in a single communications device. The device could reduce demand for bandwidth without sacrificing wireless communication quality. Traditional circulators have long been used to transmit and receive electromagnetic signals simultaneously. But these bulky devices typically require the use of magnetic materials, which are difficult to i...

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