Data Transfer Via Light Itself

Data Transfer Via Light Itself

Breakthrough in advanced material research increases our ability to bend light spectrum to our communicative needs.

Stephen Fortune
  • 21 april 2011

It’s been almost 150 years since the first experiments in communicating via light were conducted by Alexander Graham Bell and his photophone. Now through atomic manipulation of advanced materials, scientists have squeezed even more bandwidth from fiber optic cables. Gizmag reports:

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