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doaltwar Sep 13 '16
Huawei has been working with a chipset and modules to enhance the development of IoT due to the partners for taking advantage of Huawei transmission network, while collaborating with telcos to get a standard that's "conducive with the carrier network to cart more IoT connections".

While the principle executive recognised the significance of securing a significantly higher amount of connected what you should the internet, he was quoted saying service providers shouldn't loose time waiting for this being solved before innovating for the IoT.

The new DOCSIS 3.1 Giga Coax network implements orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), which carries data on multiple parallel data streams to enhance transmission by 50 % in comparison to DOCSIS 3.0.

Existing coaxial cables may be upgraded to DOCSIS 3.1 to make available bandwidth all the way to 10Gbps down and 2Gbps up.In Australia, the Chinese technology giant attained download speeds of a.4Gbps in 4.5G trials with telco Optus by aggregating 5x 20MHz of Optus' network frequency bands, put together with 4x4 Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) and 256 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) technologies3

A team led by Professor Patrick Mercier with the university's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has discovered ways to use the body itself because the medium for data transmission. It uses magnetic fields and shows path loss that's tens of millions of times a lesser amount than what happens with Bluetooth.

This may make the magnetic networks far more efficient, so devices do not have to work as tough to communicate and may have smaller batteries for huawei DSLAM -- or get longer useful lives with similar size batteries. The team hasn't actually tested the system's energy use yet. They envision the technology used for networks of health sensors that monitor many parts from the body.
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