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Fast Link Switching Scheme for LED-ID System
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 Title & Authors
Fast Link Switching Scheme for LED-ID System
Trung, Bui Minh; Uddin, Muhammad Shahin; Chowdhury, Mostafa Zaman; Nguyen, Tuan; Jang, Yeong-Min;
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 Abstract
LED-ID (light emitting diode - identification) technology is the new paradigm in the identification technology environment. LED-ID system typically needs line of sight (LOS) that supports narrow FOV transceivers links to achieve high data rate. On the other hand, narrow FOV reduces the coverage area. Therefore, the number of tags is increased significantly to cover the whole area. In this case number of link switching is increased when the reader moves within whole coverage area. Link switching delay is the important factor for the moving reader to maintain the communication with high data rate and better QoS. In this paper we propose in literature a new link switching scheme and measure the link switching delay time for LED-ID system. The simulation results show that the proposed link switching scheme is a possible candidate for multi-tag LED-ID system.
 Keywords
Link switching;LED-ID;FOV;visible light;anddelay;
 Language
English
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