Researchers from EPFL and KIT use a soliton frequency combs from optical microresonators to transmit data at speeds of more than 50 terabits per second
Can You Hear Me Now?
When trying to be heard over noise, humans and animals raise their voices. It’s a split-second feat, from ear to brain to vocalization, and Johns Hopkins University researchers are the first to measure just how fast it happens in bats: 30 milliseconds. That’s 10 times faster than the blink of an eye, a record for audio-vocal response.