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Wednesday October 31, 2007

100X Faster Broadband

You guys have got to read this story about an Australian researcher from the University of Melbourne's Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, that has come up with a way to make broadband 100x faster than today’s standards. The best part? Supposedly it can be done with existing telecommunications networks. Thanks to Andar for the linkage.

Dr Papandriopoulos used complex mathematical modelling and optimisation techniques to develop the idea, which he said can be used with existing telecommunications networks without laying kilometres of expensive fibre optic cabling.

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