Li-Fi Real World Tests Show Speeds 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi

Li-Fi is on its way to the public, as researchers have finally tested it in the real world, and it offers some pretty impressive results.

The technology transmits data using a technique called visible light communication, or VLC, and using the tech, scientists were able to transmit data at a pretty hefty 224 GB per second. Outside of the lab, scientists reported speeds of 1 GB per second, which is a lot less than in the lab, but still represents speeds that are 100 times speedier than the average Wi-Fi delivery.

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