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 Title & Authors
Enhanced VLC-TDoA Algorithm for Indoor Positioning Without LED-ID
Do, Trong-Hop; Hwang, Junho; Yoo, Myungsik;
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 Abstract
In the recent year, along with the rapid development of LED technology, many applications using LEDs have been researched and indoor positioning is one of them. In particular, previous indoor positioning systems based on visible light communication combine triangulation manner such as AoA, ToA TDoA. But most of them needs transmitting unique ID of each LED panel. In this paper, we propose an non LED-ID based indoor positioning system in which the visible light radiated from LEDs is used to locate the position of receiver. Compared to current indoor positioning systems using LED light, our system has the advantages of simple implementation, low cost and high accuracy. Through the computer simulation, our system can achieve a high estimation accuracy of 3.6cm in average in the room.
 Keywords
visible light communication;light emitting diode;photo diode;Indoor Positioning;TDoA;
 Language
Korean
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전시 서비스를 위한 실내 측위 기술 분석 및 VLC/RF 결합 측위 적용 방안,김기윤;이민우;차재상;

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