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BSc (Hons) in Computing in IT
This project presents an innovative way how the user of internet can manipulate data transfer in a faster and security way. The main idea is to use “LI-FI ” that means type of Optical Wireless Communication (OWC) technology, bi-directional which uses light emitting diodes (LEDs) to transmit data between devices. In technical terms LI-FI transmits data by electromagnetic spectrum, high speeds of data over the visible light, ultraviolet, and infrared, and Wi-fi for example uses radio waves as a transmitter of data. While we were researching about the technology, we found out a new thing that we could use the light of the mobile phone to transmit data between two devices through the light and camera sensors that act as a receiver of data. This innovation about LI-FI was discovery over 20 years ago, perhaps only a few years are being explored even more as we can see the Internet of Things growing exponentially. The purpose of the study was to explore and learn about a new technology that has never been studied deeply by us and to investigate a better way to transfer data, in a world that everything is growing faster around the technology field. We have developed and accomplished a project that will encourage next students’ study and build new things surround the new technologies. The main function of our project “LI-FI share” is to transfer data through the light to the other mobile phone, this functionally after a lot of troubleshooting made by the Alpha Group, we could make that happened only because we worked together. After all analysis, researches and feedbacks from the faculty supervisor we realize that it was essential that we all work together to complete this project and we did it.
Munoz, Gamaliel; Tandon, Anant; Sousa, Juliana; and Qaiser, Zohaib, "LI-FI Share (LFS): See What Light Can Do" (2020). ICT. 21.
Adult and Continuing Education Commons, Data Science Commons, Software Engineering Commons
BSc in IT Y3