什么是光技术

What is LiFi technology?

Infinity Technology Services Limited provides customers with LiFi, a high speed bi-directional network and mobile communication which incorporates the use of light waves to transfer data at extremely high speeds. LiFi is normally created through a multitude of LED light bulbs that create a wireless mesh network. 

The way we connect is ever evolving, the existing spectrum has to now provide a higher rate of mobile users alone. Connected devices have been forecasted to reach over 20 Billion IoT (Internet of things) devices by 2020. Here at Infinity Technology Services Limited we are pioneering the future of LiFi.

Using LiFi we are able to harness a greater spectrum of a thousand times the spectrum which is being utilised for radio frequencies. We have been able to unlock never seen before ranges of data transmission through light waves.

Speak to a member of staff today to find out how your industry can benefit from the use of LiFi.

LiFi Technology
LiFi Technology
光是如何工作的

How does LiFi work?

By incorporation the intensity of light we are able to transmit data via LiFi, the data is received by a photo-sensitive detector which decrypts a series of binary code which data packets are sent. This modulation is not visible to the human eye.

The use of LiFi can be integrated into indoor and outdoor environments, our technology is being created to co-work with existing LED’s.

Breaking down LiFi can be simplified to a current, which is applied to an LED light bulb. A stream of photons are emitted from the bulb creating illumination. With our technology we can manipulate and modulate the illumination at ultra high speeds that are picked up from a photo-detector. Whilst using this methodology high speeds of data can be transmitted to and from a LED light bulb.

The simplistic modulation method similar to low-cost infrared communication devices such as a household electronic remote control. With the usage of LED light bulbs they have a higher intensity meaning a greater amount of data being sent back and forth at greater speeds.