An Architecture for Wireless Communication Systems using Li-Fi technology

@inproceedings{Satyanarayana2016AnAF,
  title={An Architecture for Wireless Communication Systems using Li-Fi technology},
  author={D. Satyanarayana and Alex Roney Mathew and Sathyashree},
  year={2016}
}
The abundant usage of mobile devices and applications consumes heavy radio spectrum. This has led the current world to use an alternative method of wireless radio communication. Hence, a new technology Light-Fidelity (Li-Fi) has been introduced recently for this purpose. In this paper, we have proposed an architecture which uses Li-Fi technology for communication without having much effort for replacing the existing communication infrastructure. The performance of the proposed architecture is… Expand

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