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 Title & Authors
Indoor Positioning System using LED Lights and a Dual Image Sensor
Moon, Myoung-geun; Choi, Su-il; Park, Jaehyung; Kim, Jin Young;
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 Abstract
In recent years, along with the rapid development of LED technology, indoor positioning systems based on visible light communication (VLC) have been researched. In this paper, we propose an accurate indoor positioning method using white-light LEDs and a dual image sensor. Indoor LED lights are located at the ceiling in a room and broadcast information on their positions using VLC technology. A mobile device with a dual image sensor receives LED position information by VLC and estimates its position and azimuth angle. Simulation and experimental results are given to show the performance of the proposed indoor positioning system.
 Keywords
Optical wireless;Visible light communication;White-light LED;Indoor positioning;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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