2014-04-09

Li-Fi Makes New Transmission Breakthrough

Harald Haas, Professor at the University of Edinburgh and Chief Science Officer (CSO) and co-founder of pureLiFi, and his team have made another breakthrough in Li-Fi by demonstrating that up to 1.1 gigabit per second (Gbps) can now be transmitted using light waves from micro LEDs over a distance of 10 meters using less than 0.5W power. This is only 5 percent of the power of a typical 10W LED light bulb. 
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