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- Optical Wireless Communication Workshops
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- Flash-Matic and the Light Telephone
- WTF is… Li-Fi?
- TED hits one million
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- The fight for more spectrum
- The shift to optical – part II
- The shift to optical
- PureVLC at Mobile World Congress
- LEDs used to map Wi-Fi
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- Li-Fi it is then!
- LEDs powered by Ethernet
- Casio announces VLC prototype
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Tag Archives: PoE
Last week, at Cisco Live in San Diego, NuLEDs in conjuction with their partners JouleX lit the UPOE Partner Pavillion using power supplied via Ethernet cables. UPOE is Cisco’s proprietary high power version of Power over Ethernet (PoE). In this short video … Continue reading
Back in October I posted a blog item on Power over Ethernet (PoE). I am briefly revisiting this because Raffaele Soloperto of Allnet sent me this excellent picture. PoE is ideal for VLC since the power and data signals are … Continue reading