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Submission + - Putting over 300Gbps through optical fiber

ErrorBase writes: "The Dutch IT Weekly Automatiseringsgids is reporting (in Dutch) that university graduates have found a way to push 320Gbps and more through normal optical fiber, leaving the normal maximum far behind. Instead of using wavelength division multiplexing, they use Optical Time Division Multiplexing (OTDM). The project was part of the Freeband OTDM project."

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