Model for End-to-End Wireless Data Transmission based on the MPVLC Li-Fi Standard

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B. Bhaskar Reddy, P. Imran Khan, Dr. B. Dhananjaya


The Li-Fi system uses visible light to transmit
multimedia data, making it a cutting-edge innovation. As an
alternative to Wi-Fi, the Li-Fi communication system uses light
signals to convey data. Transmitting multimedia data using LED
bulbs, which enable quicker transmission, is made possible by Li-
Fi, a technique that uses light particles to carry multimedia data.
Several aspects must be taken into account while constructing a Li-
Fi based transmission system prototype, such as high data rate,
distance, and the LOS (loss of signal integrity). Using these
parameters, you may model a Light Fidelity system. The range and
cost-effectiveness of a multi-point VLC system and solar
component with better data rates at limited network coverage and
powerless locations are the primary challenges. For high data
rates, the VLC source and destination components must be
compatible. Lights are traditionally used in communication as a
means of incursion and as a way to maximise delay. VLC is a
favoured communication paradigm because of its high throughput
and secure transmission from light particles, which is a solution to
the aforementioned light-based transmission challenges. To
improve capacity, efficiency, and availability at limited network
coverage, the suggested Multi-Point Visible Light Communication
Li-Fi model delivers high-speed communication.

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