Scientists Build Ultra-High-Speed Terahertz Wireless Chip

Scientists build ultra-high-speed terahertz wireless chip
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To enable data transmission speeds that surpass the 5th Generation (5G) standards for telecommunications, scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Osaka University in Japan have built a new chip using a concept called photonic topological insulators. Published recently in Nature Photonics , the researchers showed that their chip can transmit terahertz (THz) waves resulting in […] NTU final year PhD student Abhishek Kumar, Assoc Prof Ranjan Singh and postdoc Dr Yihao Yang. Dr Singh is holding the photonic topological insulator chip made from silicon, which can transmit terahertz waves at ultrahigh speeds. Credit: NTU Singapore

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