Gi-Fi

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UACEE International Journal of Advances in Computer Networks and its Security - Volume 2: Issue 3 [ISSN 2250 - 3757] Evaluation of Gi-Fi Technology for Short-Range, High-Rate Wireless Communication Marzieh yazdanipour Mina Yazdanipour School of Information Technology Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, India E-mail:m_yazdanypoor@yahoo.com College of Commerce and Business Management Osmania University Hyderabad, India. E-mail: ammfr_66@yahoo.com Afsaneh Yazdanipour Amin Mehdipour Department of Engineering Iran Zamin University Isfahan, Iran E-mail: mehr_parand@yahoo.com Department of Engineering Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, India E-mail: am_mehdipour@yahoo.com CMOS (complementary…show more content…
Comparison between the existing technologies and Gi-Fi technology is performed in Section 3. In Section 4, benefits of the Gi-Fi technology are mentioned. In Section 5, main features of gigabit wireless technology are explained. The applications Gi-Fi or Gigabit Wireless is the world’s first transceiver integrated on a single chip that operates at 60GHz on the 15 UACEE International Journal of Advances in Computer Networks and its Security - Volume 2: Issue 3 [ISSN 2250 - 3757] Fig. 2 Gi-Fi chip in mobile device and uses of the Gi-Fi technologies are described in Section 6. The future of Gi-Fi is traced in section 7. Finally, conclusions are presented in Section 7. The GiFi chip is the first transceiver in the world that is integrated on a single chip and operates at 60GHz on the CMOS (complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor) process and delivers short-range multi-gigabit data transfer in an indoor environment. It is a complete wireless system on a single integrated circuit that provides around ten times the bandwidth at one-tenth the cost of existing technologies such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The integration of the existing technologies is shown in fig. 3. II. DEFINITION The process of Gi-Fi would use a chip that transmits at an extremely high 60GHz frequency versus the 5GHz used for the fastest forms of Wi-Fi. The sheer density of the signal would allow a chip to send as much as five gigabits per second. While the spectrum
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