Light Communication was a new Topic Interest Group (TIG) that started within the IEEE 802.11 working group aiming to determine the technical and economic opportunity presented by using the light medium for wireless communications. The introduction of light emitting diodes (LED) for general purpose lighting has created a growing interest in using the visible light spectrum for wireless communications. The work of the TIG has completed with the formation of the LC Study Group.
The goal of the LC SG is to define the appropriate scope for a potential IEEE standard on Light Communications. The goal of the Topic Interest Group was to determine the technical and economic opportunity presented by using the light medium for wireless communications.
It is felt that the IEEE 802.11 is the best forum to drive forward the global standardization efforts for light communications with manufacturers, operators and end customers all present druing the standardization process. If the TIG should progress to a Study Group and eventually into a Task Group, then this will not only help users within home, enterprise and industrial environments, but also assist manufacturers and operators to provide common components and services for IEEE 802.11 customers.
The main achievements of this meeting were the creation of the LC SG, a tutorial to the larger IEEE 802 community on LC, the completion of the final TIG report on LC and a presentation of the summary findings of the LC TIG to the 802.11 Working Group.
The main achievements of this meeting were Administration Volker Jungnickel (Fraunhofer HHI) appointed as the Secretary John Li Qiang (Huawei) appointed as the Editor Structure
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