LiFi is a wireless optical networking technology that uses LEDs for data transmission. It is essentially a way to receive wireless Internet that is different from Wi-Fi. LiFi acquired its name due to the similarity to Wi-Fi, only using light frequency instead of radio frequency. Dr. Harald Haas first coined the term in a TED talk in 2011 and the technology has received much attention and hype.
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