G Dhanalakshmi1* and Anitha2
1Vice Principal, Billroth College of Nursing, India
2Professor, Billroth College of Nursing, India
*Corresponding Author: G Dhanalakshmi, Vice Principal, Billroth College of Nursing, India.
Received: January 25, 2023; Published: March 08, 2023
In order to transmit data, LI-FI uses an LED light bulb whose intensity changes more quickly than the human eye can keep up. When LEDs could be retrofitted to carry information, the technology really took off in the 1990s in nations like Germany, Korea, and Japan. With the ability to use light for communication, Haraald Haas continues to astound the world.
Citation: G Dhanalakshmi and Anitha. “LI-FI in Healthcare”.Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 7.4 (2023): 61-62.
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