Heinrich Hertz Institute Researchers Create WLAN LED Technology to Transfer Data Up to 800 Mbps

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The development of wireless LAN technology with high data transfer speeds seem to being warm-warm. Last year, a researcher from China has developed LAN technology that is capable of transmitting data using a blue LED can blink faster than the human eye blink. By using a blue LED, the technology is capable of transferring data up to 2 Mbps.
Latest, a penliti of Heinrich Hertz Institute successfully developed wireless LAN technology is capable of transferring data at up to 800 Mbps. The researchers had previously conducted some experiments. Previously they were using white LEDs as a transmitter, and generates speeds up to 500 Mbps data mentransferkan.

Furthermore, they continue to experiment with using a combination of several LEDs, LED namely white, green, blue and red. And the results are quite astonishing, 800 Mbps. Let's wait when this technology can be applied in our respective homes.


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