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Li-Fi Technology – It’s More Efficient and Secure Than Wi-Fi

Li-Fi Technology – It’s More Efficient and Secure Than Wi-Fi

Meet Li-Fi: Internet Using LED Light Waves Bloomberg, January 26,2017 Wi-Fi networks dependent on radio waves are growing more congested all the time—and can’t be used everywhere—so various researchers and companies are betting light waves from LED lamps and overheads can also stream data and connect people to the internet. So-called Li-Fi technology, which uses

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Smart City Lighting May Provide Informed Insights

How smart street lighting and residential energy efficiency is coming to Mayo IoT Tech News, June 27, 2016 Silver Spring Networks has announced a smart city and energy efficiency programme in Crossmolina, County Mayo, with an aim to increase asset management and energy efficiency, improve public safety, and accelerate Internet of Things (IoT) opportunities in


A Small Negative Charge Saves 10,000 Picawatts of Transistor Power Leakage

Internet-of-Things Radio Chip Consumes a Little Power to Save a Lot IEEE Spectrum, February 25, 2015 Connected devices, which are seemingly everywhere these days, all require power to send data wirelessly. The need of each thing on the Internet of Things might be small, but the number of devices is expected to more than double between