Li-Fi Technology Essay

3092 Words Aug 25th, 2013 13 Pages
International Journal of advances in computing & communications,

vol 1, 2013 www.ijacc.org

Li-Fi (Light Fidelity)-The future technology In Wireless communication

Neha Singh
Uttar Pradesh Technical University Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology For Women Meerut Road Ghaziabad

Divya Chauhan
Uttar Pradesh Technical University Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology For Women Meerut Road Ghaziabad

Deepika Dubey
Uttar Pradesh Technical University Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology For Women Meerut Road Ghaziabad

933310048@rkgitw.edu.in

933310017@rkgitw.edu.in

933310016@rkgitw.edu.in

ABSTRACT
Whether you’re using wireless internet in a coffee shop, stealing it from the guy next door, or competing for bandwidth at a
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Other groups are using mixtures of red, green and blue LEDs to alter the light's frequency, with each frequency encoding a different data channel. Li-Fi, as it has been dubbed, has already achieved blisteringly high speeds in the lab. Researchers at the Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin, Germany, have reached data rates of over 500 megabytes per second using a standard white-light LED. Haas has set up a spin-off firm to sell a consumer VLC transmitter that is due for launch next year. It is capable of

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2. HARALD HAAS AN SOME LI-FI 2 D ND HISTORY: H
Harald Haas con H ntinues to wow th world with th potential to he he use light for communication. LI-FI technol u c logy has the potential to change how we acce the internet, s p ess stream videos, receive emails a Germany, K and Korea, and Japa where they an discovered LED could be ret d D's trofitted to send information. d This type of lig would come in familiar forms such as T ght fo in nfrared, ultravio olet, and visible light. While the project is e facing early chal f llenges such as finding ways to get devices to f receive data fro affixed ligh sources, Ha om ht arald Haas is confident the the technology has future prowess. c

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