This is interesting.
A MELBOURNE PhD student has developed technology to make broadband internet up to 200 times faster without having to install expensive fibre optic cables.
Of course the problem with standard telephone cabling is crosstalk (nothing religious) so...
Dr Papandriopoulos' research, which took a year to complete, uses mathematic modelling to reduce the interference that slows down downloading.
So with standard telephone lines and DSL hardware they can achieve speeds of up to 250 megabits/sec. That sure beats my 15 megabits now.
Saturday, 27 October 2007
Slapped up by Protium the Heathen around 7:33 am