Paper-05 | Reg. No.:20160305|DOI:V4I4P05
Hetal Solanki, Alisha Mujawar, Enakshi Pujare, Ashutosh Jadhav, Prof. Atul Shintre, Prof.Pratik Adhikari, Department Of Computer Engineering
PVPPCOE Sion, Mumbai, India.
In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of LI-FI. Abstract – Li-Fi stands for Light-Fidelity. Li-Fi is transmission of data using visible light by sending data through an LED light bulb that varies in intensity faster than the human eye can follow. If the LED is on, the photo detector registers a binary one; otherwise it’s a binary zero. This paper deals with the implementation of the most basic Li-Fi based system to transfer data from one computer to another. The main components of this communication system are high brightness LED which acts as a communication source and silicon photodiode serving as the receiving element. The data from the sender is converted into intermediate data representa-tion, i.e. byte format and is then converted into light signals which are then emitted by the transmitter. The light signal is received by the photodiode at the receiver side. The reverse process takes place at the destination computer to retrieve the data back from the received light.