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100x Faster Than Wi-Fi: Light-Based Networking Standard Released

Today, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) added 802.11bb as a standard for optical-based wireless communications. Publication of this standard welcomed Used by global Li-Fi businesses to help accelerate the deployment and adoption of data transmission technology standards.

The benefits of using light rather than radio frequency (RF) are highlighted by Li-Fi advocates such as pureLiFi, Fraunhofer HHI, and the Optical Communication 802.11bb Task Group. Li-Fi is said to enable “faster, more reliable wireless communication with unparalleled security compared to legacy technologies such as Wi-Fi and 5G.” Now that the IEEE 802.11bb Li-Fi standard has been released, it is expected that interoperability between Li-Fi systems and successful Wi-Fi will be fully resolved.

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