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Li-Fi Based Audio TransmissionWith Home/Office Automation System

  title={Li-Fi Based Audio TransmissionWith Home/Office Automation System},
  author={Amit Jaykumar Chinchawade and Prof. K. Sujatha},
Device to device communication using LED Light is the next step of the information revolution. Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) is a fast and cheap optical version of Wi-Fi. This technology is based on Visible Light Communication (VLC). LI-FI is a term of one used to describe visible light communication technology applied to high speed wireless communication. It acquired this name due to the similarity to WI-FI, only using light instead of radio. WI-FI is great for general wireless coverage within… Expand

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