130-m Image sensor based Visible Light Communication (VLC) using under-sample modulation and spatial modulation

Tsun Ting Tsai, Chi Wai Chow*, Yun Han Chang, Yin He Jian, Yang Liu, Chien Hung Yeh

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Abstract

Visible light communication (VLC) allows low-cost, simple and flexible optical wireless communication (OWC) transmission. In this work, we put forward and demonstrate for the first time 100 m non-flickering image sensor based VLC using under-sampled phase shift on-off keying (UPSOOK) and 6-bit 4-light-emitting-diode (LED) spatial modulation. As each light emitting diode (LED) can provide three well distinguished intensity states, 6-bit data can be realized by using only 4 LEDs in the vehicle rear lamps. Bit-error-rate (BER) measurements at different camera ISO values are also studies. Experimental results show that 130 m long distance 120 bit/s image sensor based VLC system can be achieved using a single white-LED at ISO = 800. Results also show that 100 m long distance 720 bit/s image sensor based VLC system can be realized using 4 LEDs at ISO = 800. Both results satisfy the pre-forward error correction BER (pre-FEC, BER = 3.8 × 10−3).

Original languageEnglish
Article number128405
JournalOptics Communications
Volume519
DOIs
StatePublished - 15 Sep 2022

Keywords

  • Light emitting diode (LED)
  • Optical wireless communication (OWC)
  • Visible light communication (VLC)

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