On the afternoon of August 24th, the world's first commercial-grade ultra-wideband visible light communication chipset was released at the first Zhibo Fair. The chipset can support high-speed transmission of Gbits per second, marking the entry of China's visible light communication industry into ultra-wideband. The era of dedicated chips.
Go online with light
Visible light communication is a new high-speed data transmission technology that uses the light of semiconductor illumination (LED) to achieve "on the Internet with light."
"Communication with visible light is not only safe, stable, fast, efficient, but also low-cost." Li Jiangxing, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said that visible light communication technology is green and low-carbon, can achieve near-zero energy-consuming communication, and can effectively avoid the weakness of radio communication electromagnetic signal leakage. Quickly build a space for anti-interference and anti-interception security information.
10 times faster than 5G
"Visible light communication is the core technology of 10GB ultra-wideband smart home information network. 5G mobile communication will provide a maximum communication rate of 1 G, and visible light communication is 10 times faster than it."
According to reports, the chipset released this time can support high-speed transmission of Gbits per second, fully compatible with mainstream high-speed interface protocol standards, and can be used for indoor and home green ultra-broadband information networks, home smart services based on virtual reality functions, High-speed wireless data transmission, underwater high-speed wireless information transmission, special area mobile communication and other fields of visible light communication applications provide chip-level products.
Experience this "black technology" in 2 years
It is understood that the Chongqing High-tech Development Zone has initiated the demonstration project of smart home network with visible light communication as the core. Chongqing Liangjiang New District and Zhengzhou High-tech Development Zone will also plan to launch large-scale pilot applications of smart homes and commercial buildings. In the next two years, more than 30,000 citizens will experience this "black technology."
Academician Yan Jiangxing said that once the mass-produced chipset for visible light communication is mass-produced, it will reverse the long-term stagnation of the visible light communication industry and application market, and break through the bottleneck of the indoor "last 10 meters" short-range ultra-wideband wireless optical interconnect technology. Virtual reality as a basic function of smart home new services, with milestone significance