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Re: Morning Mobilization
Nov 25, 2015, 17:19
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Wait till the ISP get there greedy fingers in it and you can say by by to that speed
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Re: Morning Mobilization
Nov 25, 2015, 13:51
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Re: Morning Mobilization Nov 25, 2015, 13:51
Nov 25, 2015, 13:51
 
LiTh wrote on Nov 25, 2015, 12:09:
Creston wrote on Nov 25, 2015, 10:53:
The Li-Fi technology used by Velmenni in the pilots is able to send data at up to 1GBps - more than 100-times faster than current Wi-Fi technologies.

Edit: GBps, not Gbps.

I just saw the blurb that they achieved 224GBps in lab conditions, holy hell.

Of course, with this being lightbased, and thus on direct line of sight only, it's going to be extremely limited in possible domestic usage.

True, but it does introduce a pretty neat security caveat being that its line of sight.

seems only practical for 1 way communication. seems that RF would work better for transmitting from our devices as no LoS is really needed. or would we aim our laptop/phone's laser at the optical reciever in the wall?
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Re: Morning Mobilization
Nov 25, 2015, 12:09
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Re: Morning Mobilization Nov 25, 2015, 12:09
Nov 25, 2015, 12:09
 
Creston wrote on Nov 25, 2015, 10:53:
The Li-Fi technology used by Velmenni in the pilots is able to send data at up to 1GBps - more than 100-times faster than current Wi-Fi technologies.

Edit: GBps, not Gbps.

I just saw the blurb that they achieved 224GBps in lab conditions, holy hell.

Of course, with this being lightbased, and thus on direct line of sight only, it's going to be extremely limited in possible domestic usage.

True, but it does introduce a pretty neat security caveat being that its line of sight.
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Re: Morning Mobilization
Nov 25, 2015, 10:53
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Re: Morning Mobilization Nov 25, 2015, 10:53
Nov 25, 2015, 10:53
 
The Li-Fi technology used by Velmenni in the pilots is able to send data at up to 1GBps - more than 100-times faster than current Wi-Fi technologies.

Edit: GBps, not Gbps.

I just saw the blurb that they achieved 224GBps in lab conditions, holy hell.

Of course, with this being lightbased, and thus on direct line of sight only, it's going to be extremely limited in possible domestic usage.
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