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Fundamental limits and possibilities for future telecommunications

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Using fundamental physical and information theoretical relations, we have considered fundamental capacity limits and possibilities of fiber optical, cellular radio, and satellite communication systems. In a fiber to the home scenario more than 1 Gb/s equivalent circuit-switched capacity may well be feasible in the future. In a microwave cellular or satellite radio network for mobile subscribers it may well be feasible, although requiring low-cost very advanced electronics, to reach several tens of megabits per second

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IEEE Communications Magazine  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 5 )