On the timing of the implementation of development not yet reported.
Scientists from the Royal Melbourne Institute of technology (RMIT, Australia) has developed a way to increase Internet speeds a hundred times. This writes tut.by with reference to The Guardian.
Traditional broadband fiber-optic communication transmits information through the shift light. The transmission capacity of the data depends on how quickly information is encoded on one end and processed on the other. Capacity is also constrained by the fact that the light of the visible spectrum only moves along the tube fiber cable, Bouncing off the walls. If the information is transmitted in two-dimensional space.
Researchers from RMIT due to changes in vibrations, shapes, light waves and spectrum of light, not perceived by the human eye, was able to significantly increase the capacity of optical cables .
According to their study, the light wave will twist the helix and thus increase the level of the orbital angular momentum, making it three-dimensional. In RMIT declare that the more twisted spiral, the more information will be at higher speeds.
The researchers also managed to create a miniature nanophotonic host device, comparable to the section of the tubes of the fiber optic cable. It “sees” the information carried by a twisted spiral of light and decodes it. Previously, such decoding devices in size was comparable to dining tables.