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Optical Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access for Visible Light Communication

IEEE Wireless Communications, 2018

The proliferation of mobile Internet and connected devices, offering a variety of services at different levels of performance, represents a major challenge for the fifth generation of wireless networks and beyond. This requires a paradigm shift toward the development of key enabling techniques for the next generation wireless networks. In this respect, VLC has recently emerged as a new communication ...


Performance of Indoor Visible Light Communication System Under Random Placement of LEDs

2019 21st International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON), 2019

In this paper, the performance of indoor visible light communication (VLC) system with randomly deployed light-emitting-diodes (LED) using Matern hardcore point process (MHCP) is analyzed and compared with existing random geometries like binomial point process (BPP) and fixed geometries such as circular and square. It is well known fact that the signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) profile inside the room changes with respect ...


Research on Visible Light Communication Control System Based on Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential

2015 7th International Conference on Intelligent Human-Machine Systems and Cybernetics, 2015

Using electroencephalogram to control the external device is a new type of human-computer interaction. The visible light communication technology is a new kind of wireless communication technology with broad application prospects. Therefore, this system carries out a study on visible light transmission control system on the basis of steady-state visual evocation and designs a new way for steady-state visual evoked ...


Joint Dimming and Communication Design for Visible Light Communication

IEEE Communications Letters, 2017

Multi-pulse position modulation (M-PPM) is advantageous in a visible light communication system due to its overall satisfactory performance in spectrum efficiency and dimming control. In this letter, we consider the joint dimming and communication design with M-PPM. We provide a model for the dimming control and address the balance between the dimming loss minimization and the transmission rate maximization. The ...


System-on-Chip architecture for high-speed data acquisition in visible light communication system

2016 International Symposium on Electronics and Smart Devices (ISESD), 2016

On this paper, we present results of our research in system-on-chip architecture for digital data acquisition in visible light communication. The objective of this research is to design data acquisition architecture for signal with high speed frequency using system-on-chip based design. The designed system is divided into two subsystems, hardware layer and software layer. All of the hardware resources are ...


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  • Optical Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access for Visible Light Communication

    The proliferation of mobile Internet and connected devices, offering a variety of services at different levels of performance, represents a major challenge for the fifth generation of wireless networks and beyond. This requires a paradigm shift toward the development of key enabling techniques for the next generation wireless networks. In this respect, VLC has recently emerged as a new communication paradigm to provide ubiquitous connectivity by complementing radio frequency communications. One of the main challenges of VLC systems, however, is the low modulation bandwidth of the light-emitting diodes, which is in the megahertz range. In this article, a promising technology, referred to as O-NOMA, is presented, which is envisioned to address the key challenges in the next generation of wireless networks. We provide a detailed overview and analysis of the state-of-the-art integration of O-NOMA in VLC networks. Furthermore, we provide insights on the potential opportunities and challenges as well as some open research problems that are envisioned to pave the way for the future design and implementation of O-NOMA in VLC systems.

  • Performance of Indoor Visible Light Communication System Under Random Placement of LEDs

    In this paper, the performance of indoor visible light communication (VLC) system with randomly deployed light-emitting-diodes (LED) using Matern hardcore point process (MHCP) is analyzed and compared with existing random geometries like binomial point process (BPP) and fixed geometries such as circular and square. It is well known fact that the signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) profile inside the room changes with respect to LED placement as well as receiver’s position. In order to achieve uniform SNR across the room, the proposed work uses MHCP based LED placement at the transmitter and a single photodiode (PD) at the receiver. Simulation results show that random placement of LED using MHCP configuration results in a much more uniform SNR profile inside the room than the random BPP and conventional circular and square LED placements. Further, our results also show that by deploying MHCP based LED placement, the average SNR across the room increases.

  • Research on Visible Light Communication Control System Based on Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential

    Using electroencephalogram to control the external device is a new type of human-computer interaction. The visible light communication technology is a new kind of wireless communication technology with broad application prospects. Therefore, this system carries out a study on visible light transmission control system on the basis of steady-state visual evocation and designs a new way for steady-state visual evoked potential to control the home terminal. The system adopts single chip microcomputer and LED lights to design the visual stimulator, and on LABVIEW platform it uses the power spectrum for estimation and real-time extraction of the vectors of evoked potential and produce the control commands of brain-computer interface, which transmit through the visible light emission module to the free space, and then receive and decode the visible light in the home network terminal, and finally achieve the control of the family terminal.

  • Joint Dimming and Communication Design for Visible Light Communication

    Multi-pulse position modulation (M-PPM) is advantageous in a visible light communication system due to its overall satisfactory performance in spectrum efficiency and dimming control. In this letter, we consider the joint dimming and communication design with M-PPM. We provide a model for the dimming control and address the balance between the dimming loss minimization and the transmission rate maximization. The dimming loss is modeled by the quantization loss within the dimming range for the discrete transmission power levels. The transmission rate is evaluated by the channel capacity. We propose two optimization formulations on the dimming requirement service and the transmission rate maximization. Numerical results show that the objective loss function may increase as either the lower limit of the dimming range approaches zero or the upper limit approaches the peak transmission power.

  • System-on-Chip architecture for high-speed data acquisition in visible light communication system

    On this paper, we present results of our research in system-on-chip architecture for digital data acquisition in visible light communication. The objective of this research is to design data acquisition architecture for signal with high speed frequency using system-on-chip based design. The designed system is divided into two subsystems, hardware layer and software layer. All of the hardware resources are implemented on ZYNQ-7000 System-on- Chip, whereas the software is implemented using Xilinx API to establish connection to PC through UDP-based Ethernet connection. The implemented design has been proven to be able to perform high speed data acquisition for certain frequency sampling and able to transmit data to PC for data processing and displaying.

  • Efficient Frequency Domain Channel Equalization Methods for OFDM Visible Light Communications

    We present efficient frequency domain channel estimation methods based on the ISFA, MMSE and WIFA schemes for the orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) visible light communications (VLC) system.

  • Visible Light Communication using Solar Panel

    Last few years have witnessed an increase in popularity of wireless communication, considering its convenience and cost effectiveness. Traditional wireless communication technologies primarily use radio frequencies to carry information between different communicating entities. Increased use of radio frequencies for data communication has led to increased noise and interference due to crowded frequency bands. Visible light communication (VLC) is being considered as one of the avenues that can be used for short distance, point- to-point wireless communication. This paper presents the design and development of a prototype that enables VLC using solar panel. The developed prototype mainly comprises of light emitting diode (LED) light bulbs, solar panel, Arduino UNO micro controller to enable point-to-point VLC between two laptops. The prototype is validated for its functionality through interactive web-pages developed in MATLAB, which depict data exchange between the laptops.

  • Wide-angle isolation characteristics of full-duplex image-sensor visible light communication

    Full-duplex visible light communication over a wide angle range is experimentally investigated using wide-angle LED and image sensor under fluorescent light condition. Isolation characteristics of more than 147 dB between received signal and other transmitted, reflected, and background lights are quantitatively estimated in the field of view of 70 degrees. Error free operation of full-duplex OOK visible light communication is also achieved in the field of view of 70 degrees.

  • Characterization of the organic LED based visible light communications

    This paper presents experimental results on a visible light communications system utilizing organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and 16-quadrature amplitude modulation. The modulation bandwidth of the OLED device is limited to 310 kHz and the signal is generated on carrier frequencies fc = {100, 200, 300} kHz for use across different regions of the OLED frequency response. We demonstrate how setting a specific carrier frequency can affect the system performance. The supported bit rates are 220, 640 and 260 kb/s for fc = 100, 200 and 300 kHz, respectively. The angular dependence of the system performance is also analysed.

  • Experiment of audio visual communication system based on white LED and intelligent mobile terminal

    With the innovation of mobile digital terminals and the development of visible light communication system, how to combine mobile terminals and existing visible light communication systems will become an important issue. This paper puts forward one kind of visible light communication system, which is used in the room with the earphone jack as the receiving channel of the mobile terminal. The system takes the commercial white light emitting diodes as the transmitter, and the receiver is composed of a high sensitivity PIN and a mobile phone. This system utilize QPSK-OFDM modulation format, and the relationship among bit error rate, transmission rate and distance is investigated. When the transmission rate is lower than 16 kB/s, bit error rate (BER) in this system are under the error threshold within 1 meter.



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