There is an increasing demand for LEDS in all their forms and applications
(PRWEB UK) 7 February 2013
It has been reported in Lighting.co.uk that Professor Martin Dawson from the University of Strathclyde is leading the research. He explains how the university, alongside a number of other institutes in the UK, is developing smaller micron sized LEDs which are able to flicker on and off 1,000 times faster than larger LEDs. The researchers believe that by altering the length of these flickers, it is possible to send digital information to PCs and other electronic devices. The project is being funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
Simple Lighting co. is dedicated to researching the latest industry updates and developments and this news in particular caught their interest. A representative from the firm shares their thoughts on how the LED industry is moving forward.
“There is an increasing demand for LEDS in all their forms and applications. Technical improvements in areas such as colour quality and luminosity can be held partly responsible for this.
As such it is often described as a digital revolution and this latest news takes this to the next level. It will be interesting to see how this project develops and whether LEDs will be used to transmit internet communications and if so, how long. We’ll be looking out for further news on this story.”
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