Wi-fi on Rays of Light: 100 Times Faster, and Never Overloaded

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    Eindhoven University of Technology, 3/17/2017

    Work by researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology could lead to wi-fi that transports data via infrared rays. This approach would have huge data capacities compared to current standards. It would use fiber-optic antennas that keep track of every connected device’s exact position, and emitting rays with a wavelength that is totally safe for the human eye.

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