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JHU APL Demonstrates Light-Based Communications Technology in Navy Experiment

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory engineers demonstrated light fidelity or Li-Fi networking technology during a trip aboard the USS Carl Vinson. The technology uses light-emitting diodes that turn on and off for more than a million cycles in a second to send data between wireless communication devices, JHU APL said Thursday.

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DISA Studies Light-Based Wireless Communication Tech

The Defense Information Systems Agency has begun to study a light-based wireless communication technology that uses light instead of radio waves to facilitate data transmissions. A demonstration of the Li-Fi technology in a classified work environment showed that the platform can deliver secure networked communication in an enclosed space, DISA said. The …

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