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DateDate: 26-10-2018, 07:18
Scientists from the Royal Melbourne University of Technology, in Australia, promise to speed up the Internet at least 100 times with the help of a swirling light effect. The results of the study, during which the possibilities of fiber-optic networks were studied.
It is reported by Nature Communications.
Scientists said that in the course of the study, they were able to solve the problem of speed limits in fiber optic networks. Moreover, they have already created a special nanophotonic chip that will function in devices of the new generation. As the experts explained, broadband fiber-optic communication is used to transmit information by transferring light, but since the data is processed on one and encoded on the other end, the speed is significantly limited.
In the course of using a nanophotonic chip, the principle of action of which is based on a flying “screw” swirling light, it was possible to process more information. Scientists assure that in the next 2-3 years they will be able to increase the speed in fiber-optic networks by about 100 times. Experts believe that their development will be used to create quantum models of computers and quantum Internet.