Purdue University researchers have developed a miniature device capable of converting ultrafast laser pulses into bursts of radio-frequency signals, a step toward making wires obsolete for communications in the homes and offices of the future. (via Purdue Newsroom — ‘Microrings’ could nix wires for communications in homes, offices
The wireless house of the future might use a system being developed at  Purdue University that could eliminate wires for communications in  homes, businesses and cars. The researchers designed and built a  miniature device capable of converting ultra fast laser pulses into  bursts of radio-frequency signals using innovative “microring  resonators.” Such an advance could enable all communications, from  high-definition television broadcasts to secure computer connections, to  be transmitted from a single base station.

Purdue University researchers have developed a miniature device capable of converting ultrafast laser pulses into bursts of radio-frequency signals, a step toward making wires obsolete for communications in the homes and offices of the future. (via Purdue Newsroom — ‘Microrings’ could nix wires for communications in homes, offices

The wireless house of the future might use a system being developed at Purdue University that could eliminate wires for communications in homes, businesses and cars. The researchers designed and built a miniature device capable of converting ultra fast laser pulses into bursts of radio-frequency signals using innovative “microring resonators.” Such an advance could enable all communications, from high-definition television broadcasts to secure computer connections, to be transmitted from a single base station.

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