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  • The new Li-Fi technology utilizes existing infrastructures and as a result the installation costs are minimal, let alone the reduced cost of the technology as it does not require an antenna.

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  • We have named the new technology Li-Fi light fidelity which we now commercialize via the university spin-out company VLC Ltd.

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  • : I'm sure if I understand the benefits of what he calls Li-Fi (open meshing) or Mi-Fi

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  • Li-Fi or Mi-Fi both increase latency and limit bandwidth to a subset duplex of the number of meshing devices.

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  • Well, today the other shoe dropped (Li-Fi half of the show was cancelled earlier) and the show has been postponed due to "a poor economy mixed with a large number of other expos for publishers to attend ..." according to Don Jennings, President of Li-Fi.

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  • Li-Fi, the consumer electronic side of SWGE was cancelled previously.

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  • And more than likely the batt. of the future is LI-FI, Li-Fi cells are much less violate and last perhaps thousands of cycles verses hundreds, and can be fast charged without the danger associated with fast charging Li-Po batts.

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  • 4: 04 Thinking about a new mega-channel, Li-Fi, a combo-pack of Lifetime and SciFi (sorry, "SyFy").

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  • Li-Fi, n.

    The Register, 30 November 2015:

    We've talked about Li-Fi – using modulated LEDs as data channels – before at The Register, but last week's announcements warrant revisiting the idea.

    December 28, 2015