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Broadband to Wideband: What it Means?

Move over, decade-old broadband, here comes wideband, if the revolutionary speed of sending data via fiber optic cables at 12,000 kilometers speed becomes a reality soon, which is sure to be in a couple of years from now. University of California, San Diego engineers have increased the maximum power of signal to be sent through optical fibers, which provide the ...

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Alarmed over mutant strains, scientists halt research on bird flu for 60 days

Alarmed over the creation of mutant strains of the H5N1 avian influenza virus, scientists have called for a 60-day voluntary halt to research in a statement jointly published on Friday in Nature (481, 443; 2012) and Science journals. The United States government has sought both journals to publish only the main conclusions of two flu studies, but not to reveal ...

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