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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Prof Harald Haas is in the shortlist of finalists for a prestigious World Technology Award recognising his work on Visible Light Communication. The winners will be announced from the stage of the United Nations at the World Technology Awards ceremony … Continue reading
LuxLive in London 9-10 November. The Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London will host the LuxLive lighting industry event on 9th & 10th November. The exhibition is combined with a conference programme including TechTheatre dedicated to new technologies in the … Continue reading
The D-Light project at the University of Edinburgh has been active for close to two years and has made a number of advances in the field of visible light communication. Most notable is the work on special modulation methods and … Continue reading
Device-to-device communication can be achieved by a number of different technologies. The two categories of connection are wired or wireless. A cable connection is the oldest method and is still very much used. I, like most people, would rather connect … Continue reading
Europe’s Research and Innovation Strategy A recent whitepaper document title “Europe’s Research and Innovation Strategy; Networks of the Future” has not only identified visible light communication as “strategically important” but also places it at the top of the list of … Continue reading
Talking Clothes The IEEE 802.15 is a working group of the standards committee which specifies wireless personal area network (PAN) standards. It includes seven task groups, of which one is 802.15.7, the standard for short range wireless optical communication using … Continue reading