Light communication for IoT applications

No LED Performance Downside to LiFi, According to University of Edinburgh Researchers

According to research done at the University of Edinburgh with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), found that LED lighting could help supplement wireless communications without affecting the quality of light. A team of researchers led by Dr. Wasiu Popoola concluded that transmitting digital data via …

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pureLiFi Gets Additional Funding; Hopes to Unlock Potential of IoT

pureLiFi, a company, founded, by professor Harald Haas of the University of Edinburgh, reports that it has completed its Series B Financing Round. Temasek, a Singapore-based investment firm led the round of financing. Total funding raised for the company is $10 million so far. Dr. Haas and his company pureLiFi …

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Research Team Uses Conventional Solar Cell as LiFi Receiver in Prototype

Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed a prototype system that combines solar power and Li-Fi. In the developing world, access to reliable power is a prohibitive obstacle to accessing Internet communication and Wi-Fi. The idea, which Edinburgh University’s Professor Harald Haas pioneered, seeks to bring solar powered Li-Fi …

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