Tag Archives: Li-Fi

5 Reasons to Promote Li-Fi Technologies

This is a guest post by Liz Nelson from WhiteFence.com. She is a freelance writer and blogger from Houston. Although the use of light in order to transmit data can be limited in comparison to radio waves, there is a … Continue reading

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Micro-LED Li-Fi

This is a guest post by Cassandra Allen of Illustra Lighting Li-Fi is no longer a concept or an idea but a proven technology, albeit still at its infancy. Already, several experts in the field of communication have attested that … Continue reading

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Li-Fi on the Gadget Show

The Gadget Show presenters Jason Bradbury and Pollyanna Woodward met with PureVLC to film their Li-Fi technology for the Channel 5 show today. Just to prove the point that they were not using any other form of data communications, PureVLC … Continue reading

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Top 10 Li-Fi myths

One only needs to read some of the daft comments posted at the foot of online visible light comms articles to understand that there are a large number of misconceptions out there.  Here is my Li-Fi myth buster top 10. 1.     The lights … Continue reading

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WTF is… Li-Fi?

WTF is Li-Fi? asks Reg Hardware, the hardware site of The Register, in an article this week. The article features the PureVLC Li-Fire YouTube video and also mentions the Fraunhofer Institute and Casio and is a worthwhile read. I have … Continue reading

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TED hits one million

The TED Global presentation on Visible Light Communication has now amassed over 1,000,000 views and generated significant worldwide interest in the technology. Harald Haas, PureVLC CTO and Professor at the University of Edinburgh, performed the first public demonstration of visible … Continue reading

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The fight for more spectrum

As the spectrum crisis gets more serious, the shouts for more spectrum are getting louder.  This new infographic from Mobile Future sums this up nicely.  Fortuntunately the Li-Fi community is not suffering a spectrum crisis, quite the opposite. The question … Continue reading

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The shift to optical – part II

This is a second part to the post ‘the shift to optical’ where I look at the current state and future trend for device interconnect technologies and see if there is a trend towards optical technologies. The proliferation of devices … Continue reading

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The shift to optical

We have seen long-haul communications cables move from copper to optical, we are seeing point to point wireless links starting to shift from microwave to free space optics. Short wired interconnects are also move towards optical links, and now VLC … Continue reading

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PureVLC at Mobile World Congress

MWC 3×3 I spent 3 days at MWC with 3 objectives. Launch the pureVLC brand Get a snapshot of the current mobile landscape Gauge how receptive the mobile industry is to Li-Fi. PureVLC ™ is launched On Monday we launched, … Continue reading

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