OLEDCOMM shows Li-Fi, 10mbitps Internet by Light

Transforms any LED light into Internet bandwidth. The light modulates at a very high frequency at up to 300 thousand times per second. Connect your bulb to your ADSL/Fiber box, and anywhere the light reaches, a receiver can download that data at up to an up to 10mbitps speed. For upload, the system can use infrared or something else. They are just waiting for an investor, and all of the world may be using this technology for sending Internet data in the future

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+6 1. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

What a shitty product presentation (I feel ashamed as a French citizen). 10 Mbits/s or 10 MB/s? Come on!
And by the way, 10Gbits/s were already achieved 2 years ago...
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+2 2. fjwjr commented 8 years ago

This guy just can't wrap his head around it and he's not asking the right questions. Signal from internet to devise makes sense, but what about from devise back to internet? For example; what on the lightbulb was picking up incoming light and sending information back?
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+1 3. Cyrille commented 8 years ago

I really hope I'm wrong, but I'm a bit suspicious about the fact that they managed to replace the camera of a smartphone that looks quite like a finished product by a LiFi modem.
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+1 4. bndbnd commented 8 years ago

In my opinion, light and gaming doesn't work that good together, so I will just stick to my humble wired gigabit network...
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+4 5. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

They reinvented glassfibre, but without the fibre.
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-1 6. blue_alien commented 8 years ago

#3 I think that with a bit of software you don't need to replace the camera. In the cases where he was getting close to asking the correct question they gave him vague answers. A normal light bulb has no way of picking up incoming signal, you have to add something to it. The whole concept is similar to injecting digital signal in your home's power circuit.
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-1 7. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

I don't get it, are they saying all I need to do is hook my LED Christmas lights like that and get free Internet? If so, I'm game....
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-1 8. Thanny commented 8 years ago


My comment there still stands. I don't think introducing line-of-sight into indoor telecommunications is a particular good idea.