The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) recently published the 802.11bb standard, generating excitement among Li-Fi businesses like pureLiFi and Fraunhofer HHI.
Join us as we uncover the advantages of Li-Fi, including its lightning-fast and reliable wireless communication capabilities, as well as its enhanced security features.
While Li-Fi won’t completely replace Wi-Fi and 5G, we’ll explain why it’s perfectly suited for specific scenarios where it truly shines. Discover how Li-Fi harnesses a building’s lighting infrastructure and the infrared spectrum for data transmission, achieving speeds of up to 224 GB/s.
We’ll delve into the benefits of Li-Fi’s line-of-sight propagation, which enhances reliability, reduces latency, and fortifies security by preventing wall penetration and minimizing eavesdropping risks.
With the IEEE 802.11bb standard now available, manufacturers are gaining confidence in integrating Li-Fi technology. We’ll showcase pureLiFi’s cutting-edge Light Antenna ONE module, designed to seamlessly integrate with connected devices. Learn why Li-Fi surpasses Wi-Fi in handling multiple connections, ensuring superior security and privacy, and tackling bandwidth-intensive tasks with ease.
What is LIFI?
Li-Fi, or Light Fidelity, is a wireless communication technology that uses visible light for data transmission. It achieves incredible speeds and offers enhanced security compared to Wi-Fi.
By flickering LEDs at high speeds, data is encoded and transmitted through light signals. Li-Fi’s line-of-sight propagation limits unauthorized access, making it more secure.
It is ideal for high-data applications and can be used in environments where radio frequencies are restricted. Li-Fi has the potential to revolutionize wireless communication.
Join us on this exciting journey as we explore the future of networking. Stay tuned for the emergence of an expanded range of Li-Fi network devices and user devices supporting this groundbreaking standard in the coming months.