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I dare someone say the server is lagging with that connection
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I'm happy with my 30mbps connection. I'd say 50mbps is right where the general U.S. bandwidth should be for a ~$50 monthly price.
That would definitely be nice. I'll be paying $100/month.
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Impressive.... but at what range?


I guess the article writer does not have a background in engineering.... FFT and OFDM are nothing new in themselves. FFT is used all over the place to convert analogue to digital signals. OFDM is used for cellular technology. I assume these techniques are already currently in use in today's fiber optics. It's like saying the they were able to transfer 10Gb/s over copper cable using electricity! What is novel about what this technique?

(BTW, LinPack/Prime95 stress tests comprises of FFT.)
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Lol literally was reading through this thread to see if anyone else knew what they were talking about. Learned about OFDM in my wireless classes last year. This technology is absolutely nothing new.

All they did was use existing technology and apply it to the different colors of light in fiber optics. So just went from copper to fiber.
This makes three of us, lol.

While the techniques may be very standard and well understood, I don't want to downplay their accomplishment. "This works in theory," vs, "we have a working prototype" is a HUGE amount of work with tons of unforeseen hurdles.
    
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Lol literally was reading through this thread to see if anyone else knew what they were talking about. Learned about OFDM in my wireless classes last year. This technology is absolutely nothing new.

All they did was use existing technology and apply it to the different colors of light in fiber optics. So just went from copper to fiber.
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This makes three of us, lol.

While the techniques may be very standard and well understood, I don't want to downplay their accomplishment. "This works in theory," vs, "we have a working prototype" is a HUGE amount of work with tons of unforeseen hurdles.

Is ODFM currently used if fiber optic transmission? I would be surpised it it wasn't?
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Multiplexing.



Again, this would be for network backbones and not home connections. The beam would be "too hot" literally. People would be blinding themselves.
Sounds painful
    
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It would take longer than 5 seconds considering no hard drive would come close to being able to transfer data that fast.
I was only talking about transfer speed. To be able to even begin to store the amount of information that we need to in a second we would need to completely revamp how our current storage technology works, either that or have a very large since SSD raid 0 setup (100+, good luck with that) with the fastest raid controllers to even begin to scratch the speed needed to do it in that amount of time. But then comes diminishing returns even though it's not as apparent in SSDs
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5 seconds? try closer to .0003 seconds assuming it's an 8Gb file
If it's a government server, then it'll be a 10 year old 5400 rpm drive on the verge of dying... so like 30 minutes?

ops there are 3 pages.

Anyways, the would be great for some higher capacity backbone.
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If it's a government server, then it'll be a 10 year old 5400 rpm drive on the verge of dying... so like 30 minutes?
Maybe a server for the public to access. But you probably would be shocked to see what the government probably has in the high tech departments. Just cause no one hears about the government having he latest toys and gadgets doesn't mean they don't have something better.
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too bad the united states won't ever see it. We can't even get decent internet uncapped here anymore because the retarded ISP's don't want to waste money.
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it wouldent be called the internet n0 more. It be like having all the internet on your hd all that porn wow!!!!
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