visible light communication


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visible light communication

The transmission of visible light pulses over the air (wireless) rather than in an optical fiber. See Li-Fi and optical wireless communication.
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Jitender Khurana, Head of Professional Lighting Systems (Singapore and Export markets), Philips Lighting, said: The use of Visible Light Communication and Power-over-Ethernet in such an innovative manner is an exciting testament to how Singapore fosters the intelligent minds of our young generation.
Analysts and researchers call it by a more generic name, VLC, standing for visible light communications.
Liu, "Adaptive Modulation Schemes for Visible Light Communications, "Journal of Light wave Technology, vol.
Going beyond 4 Gbps data rate by employing RGB laser diodes for visible light communication," Opt.
Thus, the high bandwidth availability is expected to be the biggest attraction of this technology fuelling growth of the visible light communication market.
Shang, "Demonstration of 575-Mb/s downlink and 225-Mb/s uplink bi-directional SCM-WDM visible light communication using RGB LED and phosphor-based LED," Optics Express, vol.
Acuity's ByteLight Services utilize Qualcomm's Visible Light Communication technology (VLC) as well as Bluetooth low energy technology (BLE) for communication.
Visible light communication (VLC) is a new way of wireless communication using visible light with LEDs as transmitters and photodiodes and image sensors as receivers (FIGURE 1).
Another technology is based on tying information services to the location, rather than the object itself, such as by using the global positioning system (GPS), or other methods based on Bluetooth, ultrasound, or visible light communication carried via radio waves, sound, or light.
Optical wireless communications using infrared light-emitting diodes (LEDs) was first proposed by Gfeller and Bapst [2], and optical LED wireless communications in the visible spectral range (380 to 780 nm), which is commonly referred to as visible light communication (VLC), has recently begun to receive increasing attention [3].
The term Li-Fi was coined by Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh in the UK and refers to a type of visible light communication technology that delivers a networked, mobile, high-speed communication solution in a similar manner as Wi-Fi.
Visible Light Communication (VLC)/Li-Fi Technology & Free Space Optics (FSO) Market (2013-2018) - By Component, Application & Geography