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  • Gi-Fi TechnologyPresented by:Shivam Joshi
  • Introduction Gi-Fi stands for Gigabit Wireless. Worlds first transceiver integrated on a single chip. It operates at 60 GHz on the CMOS process. Allows wireless transfer of audio and video data atupto 5 GB per second. Gi-Fi has ten times the current maximum wirelesstransfer rate usually within a range of 10 meters.
  • 5mm Gi-Fi Chip
  • Network EvolutionCables Optical FiberWirelessAccessBluetoothWi-FiWimaxGi-Fi
  • Why Gi-Fi ? The common Wireless technologies currently usedare: Bluetooth Wi-Fi The disadvantages of existing technologies; ie Slow rate. High power consumption. Low range of frequency operation.gave invention to this new technology.
  • Disadvantages ofBluetooth & Wi-Fi The bit rates of Bluetooth is 800 Kbps and Wi-Fi has11 Mbps Both are having power consumptions 5mw and10mw The lower frequency of operation 2.4GHz. So, to have higher data transfer rate at lower powerconsumption we move onto Gi-Fi technology.
  • Architecture of Gi-Fi The core component of a Gi-Fi system is thesubscriber station . It supports standard of IEEE 802.15.3C WirelessPAN. An 802.15.3C based system often uses smallantenna at the subscriber station. It supports line of sight operation.
  • Features of 802.15.3C It transmits multiple signals simultaneously acrossthe wireless transmission paths within separatefrequencies to avoid interference. It uses ultra wide band which consists of: High bit rate. High security. Faster data transmission.
  • Applications In wireless PAN networks. Inter-vehicle communication system. Household appliances. Office appliances. Video information transfer.
  • Example
  • Advantages High speed of data transfer. Low power consumption. High security. Cost effective. Small size. Quick deployment. Highly portable, high mobility.
  • Conclusion Due to less cost of chip so many companies arelooking forward to launch with lower cost. Within five years, we expect Gi-Fi to be the dominanttechnology for wireless networking. Gi-Fi can bring wireless broadband to the enterprisein an entirely new way.
  • Thank You