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Future of Communication-LIFI (Light Fidelity): A Review

Mr. Hilal Ahmad Shah, Mr. Inzimam Ul Hassan, Mr. Inam ul Haq, ,
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Chandigarh University
:10.22362/ijcert/2023/v10/i02/v10i0202


Abstract
As on date internet has made the revolution in the world. Whether you are using internet in a coffee shop, offices or at home. Speed of the internet is major issue. with the advent of technology, communication became the backbone of ICT. ICT had made our globe like a town. Today everyone (Business, institutions, organizations, entrepreneurs is thrust for getting right information at the right time and right place. Which, requires fast internet connectivity, Technology and large spectrum of channels. Present paper reflects the Future of Communication (LI-FI) which may affect all lives. It a technology that may be as fast as 500MBPS (30GBPS per minute) an alternative, cost effective and more robust and useful than Wi-Fi. The Visible light communication which may be the future of Internet


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Hilal Ahmad Shah,Inzimam Ul Hassan, Inam ul Haq."Future of Communication-LIFI (Light Fidelity): A Review". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.10, Issue 02,pp.54-60, February - 2023, URL :https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V10I0202.pdf,


Keywords : Light Fidelity, VLC transmitter, photo detector, data utilization, server, lamp driver, laser light, data communication.

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