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Tuesday, May 17, 2005, 6:31 PM

Broadband through gas

Soon broadband over powerline will be the stale topic to discuss about as an innovative way to access internet.

A San Diego-start-up, Nethercomm Corp., is promising that it can deliver up to 10 gigabits per second broadband using natural gas pipelines.

The idea here is to encode the broadband signals using ultra wideband and beam them through the pipeline, and then at the gas meter, the signal is offloaded (using Nethercomm equipment off course) to on-the-premise wireline or wireless networks.

Do you feel like Wow!!

3 Comments:

Blogger RK Dhanvada said...

10 GB of Broadband Access via gas !! That when I see the relevance of the Power of Impossible Thinking ( www.impossiblethinking.com )

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11:28 AM  
Blogger psk said...

hi ruchit,

well broadband through power lines i had heard and read a lot about some two years agao when i was first thinking of jumping into this feild...Broadband on powerline was in an experimental stage way back in 2002~2003 in Germany...but 10GBPS Broadband through Gas.......is mind blowing..

12:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Ruchit

Thats really interesting. but UWB is for very short range communication. It is used for personal area networks kind of applications. i dont know how they will be managing this range problem...... neways u keep the gud work going....

Siddharth

9:12 AM  

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