New Generation Li-Fi – First tests find it is 100 TIMES faster than Wi-Fi.

Who actually knew that Wi-Fi will effectively be replaced with something that is actually 100 times faster than what? Technology is constantly evolving, with new and always better to replace the old, slow and outdated. And now it seems that the Wi-Fi as we know it will also be replaced by something better.

Li-Fi Introducing a new form of wireless communication for computers that is 100 times faster than Wi-F Li-Fi is a brand new wireless Internet technology that quickly transfers data with flickering LED light field that acts between a frequency of 400 and 800 terahertz. The process is called visible light communication, and it works very much like Morse code. But instead of forwarding a message, the LED lights continue to cycle at such an alarming rate that they can be used to write and send things into binary code.


It seems so thanks to the efforts of researchers from Estonia hardware trigger Velmenni. They could expand the Li-Fi at the commercial level, and the results proved to be very fruitful, as they were able to convey a speed of 1 gigabit per second, or 1 Gbps, which is about 100 times faster than the current average speed Wi-Fi, you are experiencing right now.

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Vice-Chancellor of the ITU, Dr. Umar Saif and Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and CEO of EDS, Dr. Anant Agarwal, were present at the signing ceremony.

CEO Velmenni Deepak Solanki says:

“We do some pilot projects in different industries where we can use (Visible Light Communication) technology VLC. Currently, we have designed a smart lighting solution for industrial environments where data communication occurs through the light. We are also doing a pilot project with a private client where we put a Li-Fi network to access the Internet in their offices. ”

Theory VS Practice:

After a period of nine months, researchers from the University of Oxford have been able to reach the speeds specified above. However, the speed They Achieved In Their testing laboratories was 224 gigabits per second, but that’s only because they tested the application in a very appropriate environment. Of course, the technician must be deployed at commercial level, of course, will not be able to apply the same bandwidth. Regardless, the breakthrough is much more in comparison with the speeds that can be reached by the current Wi-Fi standards.

After Solanki, he says Finns that for the future, there will be around 14 million Li-Fi use worldwide, so that not only we in able to achieve more coverage, but we will therefore be able to far better speeds Experience compared to before. The only question is, when we see the tech heavily used?

The technology is still in the testing phase and the word was not to go out that con sus concrete in the availability of mass market. Let’s hope it comes out sooner rather than later.


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