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Free Space Optical Communication Terminal

NICT succeeded to develop this compact, light-weight and low-power terminal which is directly connectable to a single-mode-fiber at the maximum transmission rate of 1.2 Tera bps, as a result of researches on wideband fine-tracking technology. Developing a New Free-space Optical Communication Terminal that Realizes High-Speed Broadband Communications(NICT NEWS No.392, May 2010)[PDF]
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Cognitive Wireless Router

This wireless router conforms to the IEEE 1900.4 that adopts the cognitive network architecture developed by NICT. It achieves the efficient spectrum use by autonomously switching to the optimal radio access network according to the sensing result of its radio environment. Since the terminal functions as the access point to WLAN, users can enjoy the Internet without being affected by the change of radio environment. Cognitive Radio Systems: Realizing the Flexible and Efficient Radio Resources Utilization(NICT NEWS No.394, Jul 2010)[PDF]
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Public Broadband Mobile Communications System

NICT developed this system adopting 200 MHz band, which became available after the digital television transition in 2012, for the purpose of the public use such as fire departments, polices and municipalities. It realizes not only the flexible system deployment with its mobile base station, but also the accurate and prompt information exchange with high definition images in times of disaster. *It conforms to ARIB STD-T103 Ver.1.0 whose results were published in IEEE 802.16n and in IEEE 802.22b.
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SUN Radio Device

This small-sized and low-power radio device designed for the Smart Utility Network (SUN) enables the automatic meter reading, and the condition detection and the operational control of smart meters. The specification of the device conforms to the international standard of IEEE 802.15.4g(PHY layer)/4e (MAC layer.) The International Standard "Wi-SUN" Directed by NICT is Adopted by Electric Companies as a Wireless Specification for Next Generation Electricity Meter "Smart Meter"(NICT NEWS No.437, Feb 2014)[PDF]

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