Future Technologies


Li-Fi Technology

Li-Fi (also known as LiFi) is a wireless optical networking technology that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for data transmission. Li-Fi is designed to use LED light bulbs similar to those currently in use in many energy-conscious homes and offices. However, Li-Fi bulbs are outfitted with a chip that modulates the light imperceptibly for optical data transmission. Li-Fi data is transmitted by the LED bulbs and received by photoreceptors.


How does Li-Fi Function?

LiFi stands for light-based data communication that is high-speed, bidirectional, and fully networked. LiFi is a wireless network made up of many lightbulbs. When an electrical current is delivered to an LED light bulb, it emits a stream of light (photons). Because LED bulbs are semiconductor devices, the brightness of the light they emit may be altered at incredibly rapid speeds.

This indicates that the signal can be delivered by changing the rate of light modulation. A detector can then receive the signal and interpret the changes in light intensity (the signal) as data. You also transmit a digital 1 when the LED is on and a digital 0 when it is off.


New Wireless Technology

Our Li-Fi Wireless Optical Networking is a proprietary technology that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for data transmission, providing a more secure and energy-efficient alternative to Wi-Fi.

Benefits of Li-Fi:     

  • Higher speed than Wi-Fi
  • Highly secure 
  • Prevents bandwidth piggybacking
  • Unimpeded by radio interference
  • Does not produce RFI and EMI


Visible Light Communication

The transmission of data using visible light sources emitting at visible wavelengths between 400 and 800 THz (780–375 nm) is known as visible light communication or VLC. It’s a subset of optical wireless communication systems. Because VLC is based on LEDs, it has no distortions or spectrum deficiencies and can carry data at high speeds.

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