31 Jul Check out! New internet wireless technology using nothing but pure light!
WI-FI since its invention made a complete change on how information and internet can interact in the world, it looks like this LI-FI invention is going to do the exact same change one again, only like one hundred times better thanks to the new concept it tries to use, you see, if WI-FI uses radio waves to send information, that of course comes with its own disadvantages, being mainly its instability, due to the fact that radio waves can pass through objects and walls, which makes it difficult to exploit all its potential.
On the other hand LI-FE doesn’t have that problem, instead of using radio waves, which are not very fast and pass through objects, LI-FI uses light, yes, light that comes from a light bulb, modifying LED light bulbs they found a way to use the light waves to send information, of course this technology is still being developed and it’s not available on the market yet, but to put things in perspective, WI-FI in South Korea has the record of the highest speed, standing at 100MB/s meaning that it is technically possible to download 100 MB of information in 1 second, that is an astonishing number, but LI-FE makes speeds like that of Korea look like the early stages of internet, where you had to wait more than 10 minutes for a website do fully load. LI-FI’s speed stands at an unbelievable 1GB per second as an average, working at maximum capacity, it’s possible to reach 18GB per second, you might try to compare that to the 90GB of internet speed of NASA, but they have extremely complex and powerful equipment worth millions and millions of dollars just to increase their regular internet speed to that extent, once again LI-FI only needs a LED light bulb and a few modifications.
It is more than obvious that this new technology is revolutionary and the best part is that it’s closer than you might think, with LI-FI communication as we know it will be no more, distance will be even less of an obstacle. What a great time to be alive.