TransferJet

TransferJet

A wireless technology that allows devices to exchange data when they are within a couple centimeters of each other or when they touch. For example, placing a digital camera onto a laptop automatically transfers the last pictures taken. Developed by Sony and governed by the TransferJet Consortium, founded in 2008, the maximum data transfer rate is 375 Mbps. For more information, visit www.transferjet.org.
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Its Transferjet wireless IC technology was embedded in a customer cellphone.
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Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched a new SDHC card that combines Class 10 memory with TransferJet close proximity wireless transfer technology.
Connecting TransferJet to compatible devices, launching its app, selecting files and then touching the two adapters together initiates high-speed data transfer.
TransferJetTM is a close proximity wireless transfer technology standard promoted by the TransferJet Consortium.
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California-based memory card standards group The SD Association has announced an enhanced iSDIO specification offering a SD memory card with TransferJet contactless communications.
The "CXD3267AGG" and "CXD3268AGW" which Sony is introducing are LSIs that realize TransferJet(TM) close proximity wireless data transfer based on the technical specifications established by the "TransferJet Consortium"(2).
TransferJet wireless capability is getting closer to reality.
Sony announced TransferJet, a new Close Proximity Wireless Transfer Technology enabling the high-speed transfer of large data files (photos, HD images, etc.) between electronic devices such as mobile phones, digital cameras, digital video cameras, computers, and TVs.
Toshiba described its RF communications device Transferjet, packaged using an embedded die package for wearables.