/>
X

NICTA shows off 5Gbps wireless chip at CeBIT

NICTA gave ZDNet.com.au a closer look at its 5Gbps wireless chip at CeBIT Australia 2008.
zd-defaultauthor-alex-serpo.jpg
Written by Alex Serpo on

NICTA gave ZDNet.com.au a closer look at its 5Gbps wireless chip at CeBIT Australia 2008.

NICTA first gave the world a glimpse of the high-speed wireless chip last year, promising speeds of up to 2Gbps using the 60GHz band with a range of up to 10 metres.

A year later, NICTA has boosted its speed expectations to 5Gbps, and developed a roadmap to take the chip to market, with project leader Professor Stan Skafidas claiming interest from "quite well known names".

The tiny chip, small enough to sit on a fingertip, was on show at this year's CeBIT.

Related

Why you should really stop charging your phone overnight
iphone-charging.jpg

Why you should really stop charging your phone overnight

iPhone
How to get Photoshop for free
photoshop free trial

How to get Photoshop for free

Photo & Video
I loved driving the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6, and there's only one reason I can't buy one
img-1724

I loved driving the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6, and there's only one reason I can't buy one

Electric Vehicles