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Monday, January 23, 2012
Panasonic Promotes Its 60GHz Wireless Technology


Panasonic has published the details of its 60 GHz multi-gigabit wireless circuit technology on its website, aiming to accelerate the implementation of the company's WiGig-based wireless technology.

Panasonic's ultra-high-speed wireless communication technology is based on WiGig and other network standards. Positioning it as a Smart Information Communication Technology (ICT), the company has been promoting its development and integration into network, communication and other electronic devices. In its web site, Panasonic released the details of the technology and showing practical examples of the "New Network Lifestyle"

The Smart ICT enables multi-gigabit wireless communication more than 20 times faster than conventional wireless LANs using the 60GHz frequency band, and through the optimization of both the transceiver core and peripheral circuits, it will also enable lower than 1W low-power, multi-gigabit wireless communication in the future. As a result, this technology allows the transfer of a 30-minute long compressed high definition video content within just 10 seconds. The low power feature makes the technology suitable for compact mobile devices such as smartphones. Panasonic's wireless technology also features Forward error correction (FEC) code to maintain reliability in high-speed wireless communication.


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