A Review Paper on on Light Fidility Technology and its Applications

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Manvi Chopra, Tejraj


In this advanced and forward-thinking era of science, data transmission is an extremely common practice. Up to this point, the majority of our data transfer has been accomplished through the use of Wi-Fi technology. But light itself is another option for us to employ as a source for the data transfer. The technique of exchanging data by the use of light is referred to as Li-Fi, which is short for "light Fidelity." The Visible Light serves as the channel of communication in the Li-Fi protocol. This is the newest technology that has been created in the field of data exchange in recent years. Additionally, this technology is in the process of being developed as a result of the increasing number of studies that are being conducted on this particular subject for the purpose of facilitating its improvement. From a scientific standpoint, this optical communication technology is now the most cutting-edge issue of discussion. Because Li-Fi uses VLC, which stands for visible light communication, the rate of data transfer is quite fast with this technology (VLC). In terms of the data transmission, it adheres to the standards established by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). In this study article, we will be pointing out some particular elements such as the characteristics, techniques, applications, pros and downsides, and comparison with ongoing related technologies such as Wi-Fi.

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