Archive for October 5th, 2009

Optical fibers up to 27 times faster, for the future of the Web

Nowadays, most of the telecommunications are carried out at a speed of 10 Gbit per second, but researchers are constantly at work to push this limit forward. At Cornell University, they are working on the time telescope project, that is, a system capable of multiplying the modern optical fibers’ speed, making connections up to 27 […]

Even your shirt can become a satellite antenna

A few weeks ago, we talked about a bulletproof shirt that can be worn on open air parties that personally speaking, I would not be willing to join. Definitely less risky could be the subject of a recent research in the satellite transmission and telecommunications field, that is, a flexible antenna that can be placed […]