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- The shift to optical – part II
- The shift to optical
- PureVLC at Mobile World Congress
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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
Casio exhibited their Visible Light Communication system at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. I was not at CES so this post is based on a number of reports I have obtained from various sources about … 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