Light Radio Theory
 

A reliable connection with high bandwidth requires a good, clean signal, also referred to as the Signal-to-Noise Ratio.

The Signal-to-Noise Ratio is the relationship between the useful part of a signal and the noise floor, which is a mixture of cosmic radio noise, mobile signals, wireless networks, microwave ovens, baby monitors, etc.

The fact is that the more data one tries to send through the air, the less tolerance there is for errors. The more errors in a transmission, the more times the transmission must be repeated, and this lowers the speed for the user.

Therefore, it is vital to ensure that there is a good and clean indoor radio environment via The Transparent Radio Infrastructure.