Technology Innovations Enabling Visible Light Communication - Future of Wireless Communication Using Light

Jan 12, 2016, 06:10 ET from Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Jan. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Technology Innovations Enabling Visible Light Communication (TechVision)" report to their offering.

Visible Light Communication technology employs LED (light emitting diodes) lights for communication. LEDs can flicker at high speed which corresponds to a digital 0' and 1'.

This phenomenon is leveraged in VLC to provide a communication medium using readily available LED light fixtures. VLC is providing attractive opportunities in various industries, particularly where RF wave based communications are not feasible. Apart from this, VLC provides various advantages including ultra high speed of data transmission and has high bandwidth capabilities. This emerging technology is expected to enable new applications which conventional wireless communication platforms are not able to.

This Research Service includes the following with regards to VLC:

- Overview of VLC

- Drivers and Challenges

- Technology Value Chain

- Impact Assessment of Key Innovations

- Industries Impacted

- Applications Overview

- Demand Side Analysis

- Global Footprint

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

- Research Scope

- Research Methodology

- Key Findings

2. Technology Snapshot and - Value Chain - Technology Significance - Technology Competitiveness - Technology Competitiveness - Technology Value Chain

3. Impact Assessment of Key Innovations

- Impact of Key Innovations

- Key Innovations

4. Technology Adoption Landscape and - Needs Assessment - Technology Adoption Landscape - Impact Assessment across Industries - Demand Side Analysis - Global Footprint

5. Key Applications - Opportunity Evaluation

- Opportunity Analysis of Key Potential Applications

- Potential Applications

6. Analyst Insights

7. Key Patents & Contacts

- Key Patents

- Key Contacts

- Legal Disclaimer

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