High Efficient Li-Fi and Wi-Fi Technologies in Wireless Communication by Using Finch Protocol
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2014 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2014|
|Authors : B.Narmada , P.Srinivasulu , P.Prasanna Murali Krishna
B.Narmada , P.Srinivasulu , P.Prasanna Murali Krishna. "High Efficient Li-Fi and Wi-Fi Technologies in Wireless Communication by Using Finch Protocol", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V12(5),219-223 June 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
Li-Fi or optical Wi-Fi, Li-Fi Technology is the milestone in the history of Wireless Communication. In the past few years Wi-Fi have gained a lot of popularity. This technology comes to be ten times cheaper than the Wi-Fi and also much safer, because regardless of access control systems and passwords. FINCH is a complementary protocol to Mobile IP (MIP), which deals with inter-domain (inter-CSN) mobility management in mobile Wi-MAX. FINCH can reduce not only the handover latency but also the end-to-end latency for MIP. The proposed FINCH is especially suitable for real-time services in frequent handover environment, which is important for future mobile Wi-MAX networks. In addition, FINCH is a generic protocol for other IEEE 802-series standards. In Li-Fi, light pulses cannot penetrate on walls. The electric light does not disturb or interfere with communication, without taking the frequency bands. The light sources are providing you internet access at very high speed. Yes, Li-Fi technology transmits data wirelessly in the use of LED.The results show that FINCH can support fast and efficient link layer and intra-domain handovers. The numerical results can also be used to select proper network configurations.
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