Telecommunications specifications of the fifth-generation (5 G) are being established to satisfy the rising demands of high-speed broadband networks (i.e., a few tens of Gigabits every second). The 5 G standard derives primarily from a rising number of subscribers and a multitude of various apps, commonly referred to as smart devices, communicating as part of Internet-of-Things (IoT) network For 5 G, a few possible developments such as millimeter waves, large multiple-input multiple-output, and small cell connectivity have appeared. While such technologies will meet 5 G specifications, attention is being given to a complementary potential wireless optical wireless communication (OWC) system. Clear light contact (VLC) as part of OWC. Among the most desirable solutions for 5 G networks and beyond are optical camera communications (OCCs). As part of future smart cities, VLC with huge frequency spectrum integrated with IoT that opens up a broad range of indoor and outdoor applications. This paper gives a description of the VLC-centric all-optical IoT and Potential implementations and issues centered on OCC under 5 G Requirements
Jihad, Noor and Abdul Satar, Sinan
"OCC Future and Obstacles under 5g Requirements,"
Emirates Journal for Engineering Research: Vol. 25:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/ejer/vol25/iss3/6