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 Title & Authors
LED-to-LED Two Way Visible Light Communication System
Jo, Seung Wan; Oh, Hoon; Lee, Yeon Jae; Le, The Dung; An, Beongku;
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 Abstract
Recently, visible light communication(VLC) is being actively researched as green wireless communication services are drawing attention. Currently, VLC mostly uses LED for transmission and PD(Photo Diode) for receiving. However, this kind of system has limited applications. Therefore, we design and propose in this paper, a LED-to-LED two way VLC system that doesn`t use PD(Photo Diode). This system has the following features and contributions. First, this system uses just LED at both transmitter and receiver with analog switch, Second, this system support both one-way communication and two way communication together. One way communication can support multi-hop communication. The performance evaluation of the proposed system is conducted at a place with standard light. We test the success or failure of one way communication by changing distance and baud rate while test the success and failure of two way communication by changing distance. We expect that the proposed LED-to-LED system in this paper can be applied for various application fields.
 Keywords
VLC;LED-to-LED communication;Multi-hop networks;Two way communication;
 Language
Korean
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