Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications: Modulation Schemes

Tamás Cseh, Sujan Rajbhandari, Gábor Fekete, Eszter Udvary

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Abstract

Modern street lighting represents the pervasive utilization of light-emitting diode (LED) lamps to illuminate urban and rural areas. In addition, LED-based lighting sources can also be utilized for outdoor data communications and localization. The replacement of traditional street incandescent and fluorescent-based lights by highly efficient LED lights is taking place on a global level. This chapter highlights the main features of LED public lighting systems that could be used for visible light communications (VLC). First, a description of state-of-the-art street lighting, including its main functions, control systems, and typical parameters, is provided. Then, the main aspects associated with lighting performance and aging are outlined. The remainder of the chapter is devoted to recent studies on public lighting for VLC purposes, focusing on ray tracing simulations, noise parameters, and delay profiles among other topics.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVisible Light Communications: Theory and Applications
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Pages97-144
Number of pages47
ISBN (Electronic) 9781498767545
ISBN (Print)9781498767538
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jun 2017

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Cseh, T., Rajbhandari, S., Fekete, G., & Udvary, E. (2017). Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications: Modulation Schemes. In Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications (pp. 97-144). Taylor & Francis.

Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications : Modulation Schemes. / Cseh, Tamás ; Rajbhandari, Sujan; Fekete, Gábor ; Udvary, Eszter .

Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications. Taylor & Francis, 2017. p. 97-144.

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Cseh, T, Rajbhandari, S, Fekete, G & Udvary, E 2017, Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications: Modulation Schemes. in Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications. Taylor & Francis, pp. 97-144.
Cseh T, Rajbhandari S, Fekete G, Udvary E. Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications: Modulation Schemes. In Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications. Taylor & Francis. 2017. p. 97-144
Cseh, Tamás ; Rajbhandari, Sujan ; Fekete, Gábor ; Udvary, Eszter . / Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications : Modulation Schemes. Visible Light Communications: Theory and Applications. Taylor & Francis, 2017. pp. 97-144
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