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Submission + - Graphene Antennas to Reach Terabits of Wireless Bandwidth

An anonymous reader writes: A big bottleneck of current data transfer technology, the slow speed of wireless transfers, is now in the early stage of being addressed. Researchers at Georgia Tech presented the concept of a wireless antenna made from atom-thin sheets of carbon, or graphene, that could allow terabit-per-second transfer speeds at short ranges.
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Graphene Antennas to Reach Terabits of Wireless Bandwidth

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