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 Title & Authors
Localization Techniques Based on Image Sensor and Visible Light Communication
Le, Nam-Tuan; Ifthekhar, Md. Shareef; Mondal, Ratan Kumar; Jang, Yeong Min;
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 Abstract
Localization is one of the key issues of demandable applications, especially smart services. Beside the traditional GPS based localization technique, the localization issue by visible light communications is promising market because of possibility of combining visible light communications with positioning technique for a high accurate, especially indoor localization service. This paper provides the overview and new image sensor scheme for localization issue based on visible light communication. The survey is introduced from core techniques to enhancement issues of localization. We hope these will be the essential references for the impact selection method in implementation and standardization issues.
 Keywords
Visible light communication;Localization;AOA;TOA;RSSI;Cell-ID;
 Language
English
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