Visible Light Communications Illuminates the Future
The use of Internet, video and audio calls at a very low cost is now common for all people around the world. This implies a tremendous carrying capacity for the carrier wave. The credit gets back to the use of light as a carrier wave, leading to Optical Communications.
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