A new communications protocal for wireless devices could speed up the tranfer of information. TransferJet is activated by holding the two devices a few centimeters from each other and utilizes the speed of Ultra Wide Band and could ease use of NFC .
The big pull here is how fast data is transferred. In tests, data can be transmitted at a maximum of 560Mbit/s and an effective throughput up to 375Mbit/s, according to NewElectronics.com.
The first revision of TransferJet uses a 4.48 GHz frequency and a bandwidth of 560 MHz. Other advantages of the technology are error detection and correction, packet acknowledgement and packet resend features, which effectively minimize interference.
This technology should launch in 2012.
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