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Startup samples 60 GHz transceiver

9/17/2012 01:08 PM EDT
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Battar
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re: Startup samples 60 GHz transceiver
Battar   9/19/2012 6:03:44 AM
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Since it can only be used for point to point, line of sight communication it is inherently secure. It is also free from interference from adjacent transmitters.

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re: Startup samples 60 GHz transceiver
GREAT-Terry   9/18/2012 1:18:12 AM
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60GHz. How good it can be used beside line of sight communication? I wonder if it can be easily blocked and can only be used for point to point communication between 2 devices.

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