Lightbulbs To Be Used As Access Points?

Lightbulbs To Be Used As Access Points?

If you think Wi-Fi connectivity is the next best thing since sliced bread, think again. The Boston University’s College of Engineering is working on a new program under a National Science Foundation grant to develop next generation of wireless communications technology based on visible light in lieu of radio waves. Imagine being able to send data back and forth via low-power light emitting diodes (LEDs), essentially allowing you to communicate with your computer, iPhone, TV, radio and thermostat simply by flipping on the wall light switch the moment you step into a room. This development also eliminates the hassle of making modifications to your current home, and is not affected by electromagnetic interference at all.

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