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New Laser Data Transfer Rate Record Set At 26 Tbps 127 127

MasterPatricko writes "Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany have published a technique to push optical data transfer rates to new levels. The article says, 'The trick is to use what is known as a "fast Fourier transform" to unpick more than 300 separate colours of light in a laser beam, each encoded with its own string of information.'"
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New Laser Data Transfer Rate Record Set At 26 Tbps

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