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Highly Accurate Indoor Three-Dimensional Localization Technique in Visible Light Communication Systems
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 Title & Authors
Highly Accurate Indoor Three-Dimensional Localization Technique in Visible Light Communication Systems
Nguyen, Tuan; Jang, Yeong Min;
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 Abstract
Localization, or positioning, is gaining the increasing attention of researchers around the world. The location information, especially the indoor location, is important for navigation systems, heating and air conditioning systems, illumination adjustment, humidity control, robot service, and so on. In this paper, we propose a three-dimensional indoor localization technique using visible light. The main goal of our proposed scheme is to improve the accuracy of VLC-based indoor localization by utilizing multiple VLC transmitters. The simulation results validate the performance of our proposed scheme.
 Keywords
Visible light communication;VLC;Localization;Three-dimension;Multilateration;
 Language
English
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가상 가시광 중첩을 이용한 RSSI 기반의 실내 측위법,김대영;이건영;

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RSSI-Based Indoor Localization Method Using Virtually Overlapped Visible Light, The Transactions of The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2014, 63, 12, 1697  crossref(new windwow)
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