Friday, 16 November 2018

O2 tests LED light based 'LiFi' network

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 15 August 18

O2 says that light based LED networks have the potential to rival conventional WiFi solutions

UK mobile network operator O2 has launched an innovative new trial, which uses LED light bulbs to create a wireless network capable of transmitting large amounts of data. Where traditional WiFi networks utilise radio waves, O2's trial network uses LED light bulbs to send and receiving large quantities of data…

UK mobile network operator O2 has launched an innovative new trial, which uses LED light bulbs to create a wireless network capable of transmitting large amounts of data. Where traditional WiFi networks utilise radio waves, O2's trial network uses LED light bulbs to send and receiving large quantities of data…

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