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 Title & Authors
Algorithm of Optical Camera Communications Using Rolling-Shutter Effect
Lee, Jungho; Kim, Nayeong; Ju, MinChul; Park, Youngil;
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 Abstract
Unlike conventional visible light communications (VLC) adopting photo detectors (PD), optical camera communications (OCC) employs cameras in detecting the transmitted data. Especially, the data rate of OCC can be enhanced by using the principle of rolling-shutter, which is the operating scheme of a CMOS image sensor. In this study, we consider a novel OCC system for high-speed real time video processing to transmit high speed data from LED and to acquire image utilizing rolling-shutter effect of CMOS image sensor. Also, we demonstrate the improved performance of proposed system using a test-bed.
 Keywords
Optical Camera Communications;CMOS Image Sensor;Rolling-Shutter Effect;
 Language
Korean
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