From radio to television to the internet, telecommunications transmissions are simply information carried on light waves and converted to electrical signals.

Research study published on 16 April 2021 at University of Wisconsin-Madison proved that in telecommunication sector, graphene, (an all-carbon, ultra-thin and adaptable material) could improve performance of high-speed, long distance transmissions as compared to Silicon-based fiber currently used.

– Researchers created a scalable fabrication technique to make the smallest graphene ribbon structures and found that with modest further reductions in ribbon width, they can start getting to telecommunications range.

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