Topics: Wireless, Bluetooth, Ultra-wideband Pages: 17 (3711 words) Published: March 2, 2013
UACEE International Journal of Advances in Computer Networks and its Security - Volume 2: Issue 3 [ISSN 2250 - 3757]

Evaluation of Gi-Fi Technology for Short-Range,
High-Rate Wireless Communication
Marzieh yazdanipour

Mina Yazdanipour

School of Information Technology
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Hyderabad, India

College of Commerce and Business Management
Osmania University
Hyderabad, India.

Afsaneh Yazdanipour

Amin Mehdipour

Department of Engineering
Iran Zamin University
Isfahan, Iran

Department of Engineering
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Hyderabad, India

CMOS (complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor) process
[5, 6].It 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 [5]. In fact, GiFi is a wireless transmission system which is ten times faster than Wi-Fi and it is expected a revolution networking in offices and homes by implementing high-speed wireless environments. It utilizes a 5mm square

chip and a 1mm wide antenna burning less than 2milli watts of power to transmit data wirelessly over short distances, much like Bluetooth [6].

Abstract—GiFi is a wireless transmission system which is ten times faster than Wi-Fi and it’s chip delivers short-range multigigabit data transfer in an indoor environment. In this paper this technology is defined in detail. Also a comparison is perform between Gi-Fi and some of existing technologies and it shows that this gigabit wireless technology has an edge over current

technologies due to its high speed data transfer rate that is 5 Gbps, low power consumption and low frequency interference.
The benefits and features of this new technology are explained and the applications for that are prescribed that can be helpful for use in development of the next generation of devices and places. By providing low -cost, high broadband access, with very high speed large files swapped within seconds it is expected that Gi-Fi to be the preferred wireless technology used in home and office of future. In this paper future of gigabit wireless technology also is traced.

The Nitro chipset in Gi-Fi technology by offering reduced
size and power consumption, can be used to send and receive
large amounts of data in a variety of applications, it is able to transfer gigabits of data within seconds and therefore it can be used for huge data file transmission and it is expected that this chipset replaces HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia

Interface) cables and could develop wireless home and office of future [6-8].

Keywords—Gi-Fi; gigabit wireless; Wi-Fi;wireless technology; bluetooth

As growing numbers of electronic devices find their way
into the average home, they’re bringing with them an
annoying companion: rats-nests of connector cables. Home
entertainment systems require high-speed communication to
perform at their peak. This means bundles of unsightly cables, as high definition video needs transmission speeds that are
generally only available from fixed connections. In some
cases, Short-range wireless technologies have long been seen as a solution, but today’s consumer-level home wireless
networks cannot deliver these sorts of transmission rates [1 -4]. Most of these available technologies cannot deliver the multigigabit speeds needed to transmit high-quality video signals; those that can, have been prohibitively expensive.

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
High-Definition (HD) television, low cost chip and other
interesting features and benefits...

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