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Gi-Fi Technology

A. SARANYA ,
B.Tech IT 3 Year,
IFET College Of Engineering,
Villupuram.

Abstract---Wireless

technology
improvement
has become follower in
todays
modern
life.
One
of
the
greatest improvements made on wireless
technology field was inventing a
new
Wireless Technology (Gi-Fi). Gi-Fi
or
Gigabit
Wireless is
the worlds first
transceiver integrated on a single chip that
operates at 60GHz on the CMOS process.
Gi-Fi is a wireless transmission system which
is ten times faster than Wi-Fi and its
chip delivers short-range multi-gigabit data
transfer in an indoor environment. It will
allow wireless transfer of audio and video
data up to 5 gigabits per second, low power
consumption, usually within a range of 10
meters .This technology providing low-cost,
high broadband access, with very high speed
large files exchange within seconds. It is
required that Gi-Fi to be the preferred next
generation wireless technology used in home
and offices.
Keywords WI-FI; Wireless Technology; GiFi; Gigabit wireless; Bluetooth

I . INTRODUCTION

Melbourne University researchers have achieved


up to 5Gbps data transfer rates on a wireless
chip. This is a lot faster than any current
Wi-Fi speeds. The world's first Gi-Fi wireless
network chip developed at Australia's peak
federal technology incubator has entered its
commercialisation phase.
The NICTA (National ICT Australia Limited)
Gi-Fi research team has succeeded in taking
complex 60GHz transmission technology and
shrinking it to the point where it can be built on a
single silicon chip. The NICTA teams
expertise in wireless transmission technology
means this technology is now at the point where
it can have a dramatic impact on the way
consumer electronic devices are used in the
home. The GiFi chip is a good news for personal
area networking because there is no internet
infrastructure available to cop it with. It can have
a span of 10 meters. With the help of Gi-Fi
chips the videos sharing can be possible
without any hurdles. The Gi-Fi chip is one of
Australia's most lucrative technology. Gi-Fi
or Gigabit Wireless is the worlds first
transceiver

d
integrated on a single
chip that
operates at
60GHz on the CMOS
process. Gi-Fi
is a
z

A. Cable

wireless transmission system which is ten times


faster
than Wi-Fi and its
chip
delivers
short-range multi-gigabit data
transfer in an indoor
environment.
It will allow wireless transfer of
audio and
video data up to 5 gigabits per second,
low
power consumption, usually within a range of 10
meters. The size of the
Gi-Fi chip is 55
millimetre and can be
placed
in different devices such as
mobile
phones.
The best part about this new
technology Gi-Fi is its cost
effectiveness
and power consumption,
it only
consumes 2 watts
of power for its
operation with antenna (1mm)
included
and the development of Gi-Fi chip
costs
approximately $10 (Rs380) to manufacture.

F
Fig.2
Cable

II. NETWORK EVOLUTION


The Fig.1 characterize the
network
evolution
which gives the abbreviation
of the paper.

Fig.1 Network Evolution

Fig.4. Wireless access

high. Its intended to deliver high speed


data
communication.

D. Bluetooth

Fig.5

Bluetooth

E. Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is based on the IEEE 802.11 wireless local
area network (WLAN) specification. Actually it
was designed to be used indoors at close
range for example
home
user
and
office
environment. The main goal of Wi-Fi technology
is to provide service for mobile computing
device like laptop.

Fig.7

Wi-Max

G. Gi-Fi
Gi-Fi technology provides many features
such as ease of deployment, small form
factor, enabling the future of information
management, high speed of data transfer,
low
power consumption etc. With
growing consumer adoption of HighDefinition (HD) television, low cost chip
and other interesting features and
benefits of this new technology it can be
predicted that the anticipated worldwide
market for this technology is vast.

Fig.6 Wi-Fi

F. Wi-Max
IEEE standard 802.16, also known as WiMAX, is a technology for last-mile wireless
broadband as an alternative to cable and DSL
and where the cost is

Fig.8 High speed data


through

transmission
Gi-Fi

III. WHY Gi-Fi


TECHNOLOGY

IS

THE

BEST

When telling people to migrate from Wi- Fi or


Wi-Max to Gi-Fi, the question you usually hear
is why. There are actually a few good reasons to
move to the new technology:
A. 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 .

B. Mixing and signal filtering used in Gi-Fi


technology would keep the signal strong
versus the longer- ranged but slower and
more drop- prone Wi-Fi option of today.
C. The GiFi uses the short-range
wireless technology would potentially be a
competitor
or more than likely a
replacement for WiFi, and things like
Bluetooth might want to look out as well.
D. Comparison between Gi-Fi , Wi-Fi
and
Bluetooth

Characteristics

Gi-Fi

Wi-Fi

Bluetooth

Data Transfer
Rate
Range

5 Gbps

11 Mbps

800 Kbps

10 Meters

100 Meters

10 Meters

Specification
Authority
Development
Start date
Power
Consumption
Frequency

NICTA
2004

IEEE,
WECA
1990

Bluetooth
SIG
1998

< 2 MW

10 MW

5 MW

57-64GHz

2.4 GHz

2.4 GHz

Primary
Devices

Mobile
phones,
Home
Devices,
PDAs,
Consumer,
Electronics
Office
Industrial
automation
Devices

Notebook
Computers,
Desktop
Computers,
Servers

Mobile phones,
PDAs,
Consumer,
Electronics
Office
Industrial
automation
Devices

IV. ADVANTAGES OF GI-FI The


valuable advantages of the
Gi-Fi
technology
can be
abbreviated as follows:

other small devices to add the


technology without significantly
drive up the price, according to the company.
As go on development the price will be
decreased.

A. Profitable Chip

B. Small in size

The chip in Gi-fi would likely cost about $10


or less to build a small design would
allow cell phones and

The size of the Gi-Fi chip is 55 millimetre


and can be placed in different devices
such
as mobile phones. The chip has a tiny 1mm
antenna and uses the 60GHz
millimetre-wave
spectrum.

C. Faster Data Transmission


Gi-Fi is a wireless transmission system which is
ten times faster than Wi-Fi and its chip delivers
short-range multi-gigabit data transfer in an indoor
environment. It will allow wireless transfer of
audio and video data up to 5 gigabits per second.

D. Low Power Consumption


As the large amount of information transfer it
utilizes mili-watts
of power only. Power
consumption of the present technologies such as
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are 5mili watts and 10mili
watts but chip of Gi-Fi uses a tiny onemillimetre-wide antenna and it has less than 2mili
watts of power consumption that in compare to the
current technologies is very less.

it on a home server for future viewing, again


within a few seconds, high speed internet access,
streaming content download (video on demand,
HDTV, home theatre,
etc.), real time
streaming and wireless data bus for cable
replacement. It makes the wireless home and
office of the future. There's no reason to
have five different printers in your house just so
you can print in any room. Instead of constantly
plugging and unplugging the printer from your
laptop, you can print wirelessly from any
computer. By using present technologies video
swapping takes hours of time, whereas by this
we can transfer at a speed of Gbps. Data
transfer rate is same for transfer of information
from a PC to a cell or a cell to a PC. It can
enable wireless monitors, the efficient transfer
of data from digital camcorders, wireless printing
of digital pictures from a camera without the
need for an intervening personal computer and
the transfer of files among cell phone
handsets
and other handheld devices like
personal digital audio and video players.

E. Security
VI. CONCLUSIONS
Gi-Fi technology is based on IEEE
802.15.3C and this standard provides more
security since it provides optional security in
the link level and service level. Point-to-point
wireless systems operating at 60 GHz have been
used for many years by the intelligence
community for high security communications
and by the military for satellite-to satellite
communications.

V. APPLICATION OF GI-FI
If all the computers in your house are
connected to a Gi-Fi network, you can easily
connect your smart phone to the same network
and control them. Consumers could typically
download a high definition movie from a kiosk
in a matter of seconds to music player or
smart phone and having got home could play it
on a home theatre system or store

Without doubt, Gi-Fi wireless technology


represents a considerable improvement if
compared to the existing technology. The new
technology provides innumerable features that
improve both the overall functionality as well as
some specific security functions. Thus we
conclude by all above gaining information that
Gi-Fi wireless technology is advance in many
matter by the existing wireless technology. GiFi technology is defined that will allow
wireless transfer of audio and video data up to 5
gigabits per second, ten times the current
maximum wireless transfer rate, at one-tenth of
the cost, usually within a range of 10 meters
that operates at
60GHz on the CMOS process. This technology
removes
cables
that
for
many

years curled the world and provides high


speed data transfer rate. Finally, I would like
to state that even though Gi-Fi
wireless
network technology

have a huge potential we will only get the


best
of
them.
.

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