Temporal cloak deletes data from history, researchers found

Communications can be hidden in laser-made time holes


An optical physicist at Cornell University in New York, and his colleagues have created a cloak with lasers that can hide communications transmitted at at 12.7 Gbps in a “time hole” like they never took place.

The group of engineers, leaded by Alexander Gaeta, published their discovery in the journal of science Nature and it has already been defined as the first method that can hide data sent  at the rapid rates typically seen in telecommunications systems.

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