Posts Tagged: Optical Wireless Communication

Angle diversity: create ‘compound eyes’ in Li-Fi

Published on February 6, 2015

Have you ever seen the compound eye of insects? If so, you must be astonished by its sophistication. In general, a compound eye consists of thousands of individual photo receptor units which are located on a convex surface and thus pointing to a slightly different direction. When the input of all photoreceptor units are combined,…

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Optical Wireless Communication

Published on June 2, 2014

The photophone, invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1880

Technical Bulletin #01 by Majid Safari Optical Wireless Communication: The rebirth of an ancient technology When you pack a survival kit for disaster and emergency situations, what kind of tools would you include? I bet flashlight is one of them. Besides its obvious use, a flashlight can be toggled on and off to send Morse…

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