What is Li-Fi?




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by Pieter Hermans

According to Wikipedia: Li-Fi (/ˈlaɪfaɪ/; short for light fidelity) is wireless communication technology, which utilizes light to transmit data and position between devices. Click here for the whole article.

According to pureLiFi: LiFi is high speed bi-directional networked and mobile communication of data using light. Click here for the whole article.

According to Techworld: Li-Fi claims to be 100 times faster than standard Wi-Fi. Li-Fi stands for Light Fidelity and is a Visible Light Communications (VLC) system which runs wireless communications that travel at very high speeds. Click here for the whole article.

According to Signify: Li-Fi is High Speed Internet through your light. Click here for more information.

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