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    T-Rays for Wi-Fi :D

    BBC News - Milestone for wi-fi with 'T-rays'

    Terahertz wi-fi would probably only work over ranges of about 10m, but could in theory support data rates up to 100Gb/s - close to 15 times higher than the next-generation 802.11ac wi-fi standard that is under development.
    The new work, by researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, demonstrated 3Gb/s transmission at 542GHz.
    Would Ruckus maybe look into this instead of 802.11ac ??
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    More faster Wi-Fi! .. looks like DB beat you to the news .. lol ..

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