BeamCaster’s light module can transfer data at a speed of 1.25 gigabytes per second, which is the guaranteed speed for transferring data to each working unit.
In April 2014, the Russian company Stins Coman announced that it had developed a wireless local network called BeamCaster. This innovative solution transfers information to electronic devices with the help of light.
The core of the network is a router that is capable of transmitting a signal using a light beam at a distance of up to 23-26 feet (7-8 meters). The signal can be transmitted to eight devices at once in other parts of an office, and access speed is four times faster than standard Wi-Fi.
According to its developers, BeamCaster offers several advantages; for example, the mobility and speed of its configuration. Li-Fi is unique in that it creates a digital binary code with a light beam, while Wi-Fi transmits data using radio waves.
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