New polymers use visible light to offer 35 times more wireless bandwidth

White LED
New research from the University of St. Andrews has demonstrated a natural white LED that can encode data using visible light -- and transmit it at speeds that dwarf the WiFi networks available today.
  • By Joel Hruska
  • Posted in Technology
  • Tagged 60GHz, Computing, Extreme, Internet, LEDs, Li-Fi, Light, , wifi, , wireless communications
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