Tag Archives: Visible Light Communications

Casio announces VLC prototype

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

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Why I want to turn light bulbs in WiFis?

When people ask, “what do you do?”  I sometimes say,  “I turn light bulbs into high speed WiFis”.  This usually receives a positive response, raised eyebrows, and then often this question.  “So why would you want to do that?” There … Continue reading

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The Photophone – World’s first wireless communications

I am starting this blog with a piece of interesting history which is relevant to our industry.  On 3rd June 1880 Alexander Graham Bell transmitted the first wireless telephone message on his newly invented “Photophone”.  This was four years after … Continue reading

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Hello world!

This blog was established to provide interesting information and opinions for those involved or interested in Visible Light Communications (VLC).  We welcome comments,  suggestions for topics and if you have something of interest for us we would be happy to … Continue reading

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