Leoni pumps 100 Gbps through copper pipe

Leoni pumps 100 Gbps through copper pipe

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

As a result of the Data Cable Models research project, Leoni achieved a bandwidth of 100 Gbps across a four-pair, symmetrical cable over 30 meters or more. According to Leoni, this bandwidth is not only feasible in terms of physics but also in economical terms.


The findings of the project which was funded by the German federal ministry of economics will be used for the development of next-generation Ethernet components, the company said. Besides Leoni, the Hochschule Reutlingen University and Harting Electronics were involved in the project. Harting is an expert for connector and networking solutions in industrial and automation environments. Hochschule Reutlingen is one of Germany’s most significant research institutions in the area of communications engineering.


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