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MIT researchers developed a transmitter that frequency hops data bits ultrafast to prevent signal jamming on wireless devices. The transmitter’s design (pictured) features bulk acoustic wave resonators (side boxes) that rapidly switch between radio frequency channels, sending data bits with each hop. A channel generator (top box) each microsecond selects the random channels to send bits. Two transmitters work in alternating paths (center boxes), so one receives channel selection, while the other sends data, to ensure ultrafast speeds.

New transmitter to protect wireless data from hackers

Todays' almost all equipment from all sectors are 'Internet of Things'. And this number is expected to increase by 2020. Along with this, the thing...
Scientists develop a simple tool to tell if websites suffered a data breach

Scientists develop a simple tool to tell if websites suffered a data breach

Scientists at the University of California San Diego have developed and successfully tested a tool designed to detect when websites are hacked by monitoring...
The First One-Bit Chemical Memory Unit- The 'Chit'

The First One-Bit Chemical Memory Unit- The ‘Chit’

In computers, information is stored in bits 1 and 0 which also called binary code. In quantum computing, it is stored in quantum bits or...
New WiFi System- 100 Times Faster, and Never Overloaded

New WiFi System- 100 Times Faster, and Never Overloaded

Nowadays, people find Wi-Fi more important than anything else. But, its irritating if it's with low-speed. So, to challenge this issue, researchers from at...
PtSn4 Kaminski and his ARPES equipment.

PtSn4: A New type of material that may Speed Computing

Scientists from U.S Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have cultivated a topological metal, PtSn4 (platinum and still). This material may speed computing. With a...

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