Li-fi Protocol Allows Use Of The Internet At The Speed Of Light

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Just to get an idea, with Li-Fi you could quickly download an entire HD movie in just 45 seconds. Also known as visible light communications (VLC), this technology began with an internet speed of two Gigabits per second, but Sisoft along with researchers from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM) adapted the system to be multiplied five times. Campos Fentanes explained that the first experiments were conducted with audio, in which a cable is connected via 3.5 mm audio Jack from a smartphone to a protoboard table to transform the auditory signal in optical waves. That way a special emitter transmits data across the spectrum of light generated by an LED lamp and is captured by a receptor located in a speaker that reproduces sound. For wireless internet transmission, the mechanics is similar.
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Maggie Stremel, of Chicago, works from her laptop, June 26, 2014, while waiting for the Amtrak to Chicago, at Stone Creek Coffee in Milwaukee, where they have a very liberal Wi-Fi policy. (Gary Porter/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/MCT)

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Asking people to pay for whats become a free service at most places would send the wrong message to customers, Lehrentz said. As a customer, I was always annoyed by that, and I avoided those places, he added. AT&T, Verizon and other telecom providers have set up thousands of hot spots for their customers, partly because it takes some of the pressure off their cellular phone networks. Comcast Corp., which has some cable and Internet presence in Wisconsin, recently launched a system that will turn millions of its customers home wireless routers units provided by the company into a big network of Wi-Fi hot spots. The hot spots are designed primarily to provide visitors to a Comcast customers home the ability to access the Internet without having to use that customers password.
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