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Adaptive Dual Color Visible Light Communication (VLC) System

Abstract : In this work, we propose a Visible Light Communication (VLC) system dynamically adapting, through a decision-making process based on a simple fuzzy-logic, the transmitting color selection to the external environmental conditions. Transmitted Signals are opportunisti-cally treated through softwarization approaches by using basic hardware (i.e. Arduino boards and inexpensive LEDs in the transmitting stage) in order to implement an effective, end-to-end, adaptive communication system. In particular, we will show that, if a low environmental noise is added, the system keeps to be well-performing in terms of Bit Error Rate (BER) also at higher distances (up to 8-9 meters) using a warm white front-end, while, if high external interfering lights are present in the environment , a low power red front end is dynamically fed for maintaining a good-level communication (with low Bit Error Rate).
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Antonio Costanzo, Valeria Loscrì, Sandra Costanzo. Adaptive Dual Color Visible Light Communication (VLC) System. 6th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, Mar 2018, Napoli, Italy. ⟨hal-01687543⟩



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