Robust Receiver Design for Road-to-Vehicle Communication System Using LED Array and High-Speed Camera
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Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 12:10 PM
SOUTH HALL A/B MEETING ROOM 4 (Orange County Convention Center )
Description of Paper:
We focus attention on the visible light communication systems using an LED array as a transmitter and a high-speed camera as a receiver for road-to-vehicle communications in intelligent transport systems. Previously, we have proposed the hierarchical coding scheme which enables reception of high priority data even if the receiver is far from the transmitter. However, there are many important works in our system to develop the real-time communication system for an actual driving situation. In this paper, we discuss a robust receiver design in an actual driving situation. We introduce a series of image processing operations and demonstrate their effectiveness by field trials.