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Quality Analysis of Wireless Communication Channel Based on the Shapes of LED-Based Interior Lighting
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 Title & Authors
Quality Analysis of Wireless Communication Channel Based on the Shapes of LED-Based Interior Lighting
Choi, Su-Il;
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 Abstract
Visible light communications (VLC) uses modern solid-state LEDs to broadcast information. Emerging white-light LEDs allows the combination of lighting and optical wireless communication in one optical source. In this paper, a new LED lighting using one-chip-type white LED is proposed for efficient illumination and optical wireless communications. Performance analysis such as horizontal illuminance, 3-dB cut-off frequency, inter-symbol interference, signal-to-noise ratio and bit-error rate shows the effects of the shapes of LED lighting. Performance of the proposed LED lighting under the existence of obstacles is superior to that of the existing LED lighting in illumination and optical wireless communication.
 Keywords
optical wireless;visible light communication;white-light LED;
 Language
Korean
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