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Location-Aware Fast Link Switching Scheme for Visible Light Communication Networks
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 Title & Authors
Location-Aware Fast Link Switching Scheme for Visible Light Communication Networks
Nguyen, Tuan; Chowdhury, Mostafa Zaman; Jang, Yeong Min;
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 Abstract
Quality of Service (QoS) provisioning is an important issue in the design of next generation wireless network. In visible light communication (VLC) networks, link switching is a solution to maintain or improve the quality of communication. In this paper, we propose a novel link switching scheme using the location of mobile nodes (MNs). The current serving transmitter uses location history of the MN to find out which neighbor transmitter the MN is approaching. This neighbor transmitter is chosen to inform the MN as the next serving transmitter. The simulation results show that our proposed scheme gains better performance than non-predictive link switching scheme.
 Keywords
Link switching;VLC;location awareness;and delay;
 Language
English
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