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 Title & Authors
Indoor Location-based Emergency Call Service System for Ships using VLC Technology
Hong, Seung-Beom; Lee, Kyou-Ho;
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 Abstract
Due to metallicity of materials, a vessel has a limitation to adopt RF-based wireless communication technologies for the inner communication means. Visible Light Communication(VLC) can be a sound alternative to dissolve such a limitation. Using a visual light as a transmission medium, VLC is free from radio interferences and restriction of radio usages which are typically related to RF-based wireless communications. In addition, VLC can not only require the facility cost relatively low because of being possibly converged with existing LED illumination, but also be harmless to the human body. This paper proposes an indoor location-based emergency call service system solution for ships using the VLC technology that supports 256Kbps data rate and 5m transmission distance. This paper presents real implementation and testing results of the solution which verifies the propriety of the proposal.
 Keywords
VLC;Communications in vessel;Emergency call;Location-based;LED;
 Language
Korean
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