Visible light technology: A plethora for mobile communications

@article{Vijay2012VisibleLT,
  title={Visible light technology: A plethora for mobile communications},
  author={Arnesh Vijay and R. J. Green},
  journal={2012 14th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON)},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-4}
}
In recent times, the emanation of high lumen output white LEDs in visible light communication has become an appealing technology to realise low cost data transmission in concurrence with lighting applications. Although, appreciable amount of advancements has been witnessed in terms of broadband applications, there still remain profound unexplored areas, in terms of applicability for other area of wireless communications. One promising stretch, that could possibly revolutionise the… CONTINUE READING

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