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St.

Martins Engineering College


(Affiliated to JNTUH)

Presentation by,
B.Priyanka

Introduction
o Network Evolution
o What Is GI-FI
o Why GI-FI is used
o Bluetooth & Wi-Fi
o Architecture of GI-FI
o Features of GI-FI
o Applications
o Technology Considerations
o Conclusion
o

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Gi-Fi or Gigabit Wireless is the world's first


transceiver integrated on a single chip that
operates at 60GHz on the CMOS process.It allows
wireless transfer of audio and video data up to 5
gigabits per second within a range of 10 meters.

It was developed by the Melbourne University


based laboratories of NICTA (National ICT Australia
Limited), Australias Information and
Communications Technology Research Centre of
Excellence.

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Gi-Fi
Wimax
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth

Wireless Access

Cables

Optical Fiber

Transmission medium is required to carry data


from a source to destination.

This transmission can be wired or wireless.

In wired transmission the signal can travel along


the cable from one device to another.

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Three types of cables


Twisted pair
Co-axial cables
Fiber optics
These

wired transmission media used for


shortest distances .They can transmit both
audio and video signal.

These

are used in telephone lines and cable


TVs etc.

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Wireless Access:
It is a device that allows wireless devices to connect to
a wired network through routers.
Eg: linksys
BLUETOOTH:
It is useful when trasferring the data between two or
more devices that are nearer to each other when speed is
not an issue.
Bit rate is 2.1Mbps.

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WI-fi:
It is a wireless network that allows devices such as
computers , laptops or smart phones to connect to a
network via an access point.
WIMAX:
It is also wireless network provides bit rate of 30-40
Mbps.
HTC

first announced wimax enabled mobile phones.


04/14/15

GI-FI means gigabit wireless.

Worlds first transceiver integrated on single chip.

Operates on 60ghz on the CMOS process.

Allows wireless transfer of audio and video data


at upto 5gb per second.

Gi-Fi

is ten times the current maximum wireless


transfer rate usually within a range of 10 meters.

The reason for pushing into GI-FI technology


is because of
Slow data transfer rate
high power consumption
low range of frequency operation

Characteristic

Bluetooth

Wi-Fi

Frequency

2.4 GHz

2.4 GHz

Range

10 meters

100 meters

Data transfer rate 800 Kbps

11 Mbps

Power
consumption

Low

Medium

Primary devices

Mobile phones,PDAs,
Notebook computer,
Consumer
Desktop computers,
electronics,office
Servers
And industrial automation
Devices

Primary users

Traveling employees;
Electronics consumers;
Office and industrial
workers

Corporate campus
users

Gigabit wireless:

The GI-FI integrated wireless


transceiver chip developed at the National ICT Research
Centre, Australia

The chip, just 5mm per side, has a tiny 1mm antenna.

The core components of a GI-FI system is the


subscriber station which available to several access
points .

It supports standard of IEEE 802.15.3C Wireless PAN

The wirelessspan is computer network used for


communication among computer devices (including
telephones and personal digital assistants) close to
one person .

An 802.15.3c based system often uses small antenna


at the subscriber station. The antenna is mounted on
the roof.

It transmits multiple signals simultaneously across


the wireless transmission paths within separate
frequencies to avoid interfere.

It uses ultra wide band Which consists of :


a)High

bit rate

b)High

security

c) Faster

data transmission

High
Low

speed of data transfer

power consumption

High

security

Cost

effective

Small

size

a)

Household appliances

b)

Office appliances

c)

Video information transfer

d)

Huge data file transfer.

Due to less cost of chip so many companies are


looking forward to launch with lower cost.

The Gi-Fi integrated transceiver chip is may


be launched by starting of next year by
NICTA,Australia will be first .

Within five years, we expect Gi-Fi to be


the dominant technology for wireless
networking. By that time it will be fully
mobile,as well as providing low cost,high
broadband access,with very high speed
large files swapped within seconds which
will develop wireless home and office of
future.