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Tag Archives: Wireless Communications
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
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