Green Earth has become a more professional and full-fledged company since a decade development.

greenearthcn@greenearthcn.com   +86 13823531612

Green Earth's Li-Fi

Green Earth's Li-Fi

2021-10-11
Green Earth
36

On this page, you can find quality content focused on Li-Fi. You can also get the latest products and articles that are related to Li-Fi for free. If you have any questions or want to get more information on Li-Fi, please feel free to contact us.

Li-Fi is designed and developed in Shenzhen Green Earth Opto-Electronic Co., Ltd, a pioneering company in both creativity and new thinking, and sustainable environmental aspects. This product is made to be adjusted to different situations and occasions without sacrificing design or style. Quality, functionality and high standard are always the prime keywords in its production.We attach great importance to the brand namely Green Earth. In addition to the quality which is a key to business success, we also emphasize the marketing. Its word-of-mouth is excellent, which can be attributed to the products themselves and the service attached. All its products help build our business image: 'You are the company producing such excellent products. Your company should be equipped with advanced production equipment and technology,' is a comment from an industry insider. At Green Earth, we make sure that the clients are supplied with excellent services in addition to premium quality products. We offer OEM and ODM services, meeting customers' requirements on size, color, material, etc. Thanks to the advanced production technology and large production capacity, we are able to deliver the products within a short period. All these are also available during the sale of Li-Fi.
recommended articles
News
Candidates For Next-gen LED-based Datacoms
Candidates For Next-gen LED-based Datacoms
UK researchers show how organic semiconductors, CQDs and perovskites can be used in LED-based optical communications systems A new paper from the University of Surrey and the University of Cambridge has detailed how two relatively unexplored semiconducting materials can satisfy the telecommunication industry's hunger for enormous amounts of data at ever-greater speeds.LED-based communications techniques allow computing devices, including mobile phones, to communicate with one another by using infrared light. However, LED techniques are underused because in its current state LED transmits data at far slower speeds than other wireless technologies such as light-fidelity (Li-Fi).In a paper published by Nature Electronics, the researchers from Surrey and Cambridge, along with partners from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, examine how organic semiconductors, colloidal quantum dots (CQDs) and metal halide perovskites (perovskites), can be used in LED-based optical communications systems.The research team explored efforts to improve the performance and efficiency of these LEDs, and they considered their potential applications in on-chip interconnects and Li-Fi.Aobo Ren, the co-first author and visiting postdoctoral researcher at the University of Surrey, said:“There's excitement surrounding CQDs and perovskites because they offer great promise for low-power, cost-effective and scalable communications modules.“Although the conventional inorganic thin-film technologies are likely to continue to play a dominant role in optical communications, we believe that LEDs based on these materials can play a complementary role that could have a sizeable impact on the industry.”Hao Wang, the co-first author and PhD student at the University of Cambridge, said: “Future applications of LEDs will not be limited to the fields of lighting and displays. The development of LEDs based on these solution-processable materials for optical communication purposes has only begun, and their performance is still far from what's required. It is necessary and timely to discuss the potential strategies and present technical challenges for the deployment of real-world communication links using these LEDs from the material, device and system aspects.”Jiang Wu, the corresponding author from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, said: “Photonic devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) and 6G communication systems need to be high-speed, low-cost and easy to integrate. Organic semiconductors, CQDs and perovskites are promising materials that could be used to complement and/or compete with conventional inorganic counterparts in particular optoelectronic applications.”Wei Zhang, the corresponding author and Senior Lecturer from the University of Surrey, said: “IoT and 6G communication systems represent a trillion-dollar market in the next few years. We are proud to collaborate with the top research teams in this field and accelerate the development of emerging data communication technology for rapid entry to the market in the next decade.”'Emerging light-emitting diodes for next-generation data communications' by Aobo Ren et al; Nature Electronics 2021
no data
Contact us
Leave a message
we welcome custom designs and ideas and is able to cater to the specific requirements. for more information, please visit the website or contact us directly with questions or inquiries.
Green Earth is continuously approaching different markets in various ways, we will keep on researching and designing innovative products, bring a better light to human beings. 
QUICK LINK
CONTACT US

Market cooperation : Pei Yin

E-mail : greenearthcn@greenearthcn.com

Phone : +86 13823531612

Supplier Cooperation : Zhi Song

E-mail : songzhi@green-earth.cn

Phone : +86 13588306599

ADDRESS
5-7F, Block 1, Industrial Park 29, Makan Village, Xili Town, Nanshan District, Shenzhen,China. 518055
FOLLOW US
   

Copyright © 2021 GREENEARTH  |  Sitemap

chat online
Please message us and we’ll be sure to respond ASAP, what product you intrested in?