Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Noise-cancelling headphones are one example.
"Distributed-Input-Distributed-Output (DIDO) wireless technology is a breakthrough approach that allows each wireless user to use the full data rate of shared spectrum simultaneously with all other users, by eliminating interference between users sharing the same spectrum...
The potential of DIDO is to have unlimited number of simultaneous users, all streaming high-definition video, utilizing the same spectrum that a single user would use with conventional wireless technology, with no degradation in performance, no dead zones, no interference between users, and no reduction in data rate as more users are added...
The latency would be so low and the wireless reliability so high, it would be creating a ubiquitous entertainment and computing resource that is available wirelessly everywhere to any device. User devices would not even require local computing resources because they’d always be connected everywhere (even in rural areas or on airplanes)..."
The NBN would be a waste of space, but so would so much more...
Distributed Input Distributed Output Wireless Technology
. Extraordinary. We now have more active mobile phone connections than people
. NBNCo. Don't say you weren't warned
. Just build the NBN and bugger the expense