Paper-07 | Reg. No.:20160307|DOI:V4I4P07
LIGHT FIDELITY TECHNOLOGY USING VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION
MAYURI MOKAL, NEHA PATIL, PRATIK MURARKAR, PROF. P. Y. ITANKAR, Department Of Computer Engineering, University Of Mumbai, Datta Meghe College Of Engineering, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, India.
Visible Light Communication (VLC) is a fast growing technology to provide data communication using low-cost and Omni-present LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) and photodiodes. Solid state LEDs are the foundation of this technology, and they allow providing wireless = communication solutions with virtually unlimited bandwidth within the visual light spectrum. In this thesis, we make the case for the use Solid state lighting which is a rapidly growing area of research and applications due to the reliability, low power consumption and predicted high efficiency of these devices. In Visible Light Communications, the LED sources that are typically used for general illumination are used for data transmission. In this project, LEDs are used for wireless data transmission between two computers using On-Off Keying. We used LED arrays to achieve visible light communication; it allows more than one user to receive data at the same time.We proposed an optical indoor wireless communication system that used white LEDs like plug-in devices. We developed a practical implementation of VLC and demonstrated it experimentally.