My LiFi research in France continues. Why France? There is more LiFi installed in France than the rest of the world combined—and I am determined to find out why. Today, I visited E.Leclerc in a western suburb of Paris. The store and products can be compared to a very upscale Super Walmart; they sell everythingRead more
Your humble editor is in France this week meeting with the big LiFi companies. France is a hotbed for LiFi and I am determined to find out why there is so much LiFi in France, but not much in the rest of the world. My first meeting was with ZERO1 LUX; they have offices inRead more
Carbon-fiber compartments and Li-Fi technology to transmit data via light are among the major talking points of the futuristic smart train series from the Chinese state-owned rolling-stock manufacturer CRRC Corporation.
A SECONDARY school in Scotland is trialling the delivery of the internet using its lighting.The Kyle Academy secondary school in Ayr has become one of the first in the world to use visible light from LED luminaires as a medium to connect to the web. The pupils insert a special memory-stick sized dongle into theirRead more
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“The trouble with the world is not that people know too little; it’s that they know so many things that just aren’t so.” Today’s article will be about the common misconceptions of Li-Fi technology that you may or may not have heard. But first, what is Li-Fi?
The idea of using LED bulbs to provide a broadband internet connection through light waves was floated in 2011; now companies are coming up with different ways to harness this power. Thomas Edison illuminated the world when he patented the first electric light globe in 1879. In the digital era, another bright spark had a newRead more
European operator O2 kicked off a trial that involves sending large amounts of data using LiFi, which uses light instead of RF to communicate. The trial at O2’s headquarters in Slough, U.K., is part of a partnership with pureLiFi, the startup that was hatched out of the University of Edinburgh, where researchers have been conductingRead more
Li-Fi pioneer PureLiFi is focused on delivering internet access through lights, and it just demonstrated the technology at MWC 2018 integrated into a laptop and a phone case for the first time. There are various potential applications for Li-Fi, but the main drive for its adoption comes from the impending spectrum crunch which will see radio frequenciesRead more
According to a tweet posted 2 AUG, pureLiFi is selling kits to academic researchers. The kit includes: 2 LiFi XC stations, 2x LiFi Access points, and 2 Lucicup luminaires. More information, here
When was the last time you called a Wi-Fi router beautiful? I can’t remember either. A new project by designer Alexandre Picciotto in conjunction with technology company Oledcomm will make you look at the design of data differently. Called the c-224, it’s a lamp built specifically for shared tables at libraries. At first glance, it’s simply a starkly beautifulRead more
The Famous Fiber Optics Inventor Dr. Thomas Mensah attended a Board Meeting in Dubai where the Technology that will replace WI-FI is being demonstrated by a Company called Zero1. This Company is one of the world.s leading developer of LI FI Technology which uses light instead of wireless to connect computers and devices. Dr. MensahRead more
Light, a part of the visible spectrum of waves, apparently is much faster and more efficient in transferring signals than radio waves are. For starters, light has a wider frequency range, and also is essential for human visibility… so compare the millions of radio towers installed worldwide to the billions of light bulbs we alreadyRead more