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good example of collaboration
wilber_xbox   2/28/2014 7:29:17 AM
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Both IBM and Chalmers are pioneers in their respective fields. I would guess that the cable will be a Fibre cable and but i am not sure about the laser wavelength.

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How fast?
Measurement.Blues   2/27/2014 4:47:54 PM
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First of all how did they verify the data rates? What equipment did they use? What BER did they get?

At 26 GHz you need at least a 78 GHz oscilloscope to see the third harmonic. I'd sure like to see an eye diagram.

 



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