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This work was executed within LEDsTrack, a research project bringing together academic researchers and industry partners. ... This paper is an extended version of our paper, titled New Photodiode Responsivity Model for RSS-based VLP, published in Proceedings of Global Lifi Congress 2019. ... The authors would like to thank Matthias Van den Bossche for the realisation of the tilt/displacement/rotation platform and the VLP lab. ...doi:10.1109/access.2020.2991298 fatcat:ynabl3vlu5e2xid2octvra2nfy
Model-fingerprinting-based received signal strength (RSS) VLP enables the required accuracy. ... It is shown that model-fingerprinting-based RSS only requires modelling less than 1 percent of the grid points, in an elementary positioning cell. ... It consequently considers the angular dependence of the photodiode's responsivity. ...doi:10.1109/ipin.2018.8533750 dblp:conf/ipin/BastiaensPMJ18 fatcat:f3ruooluljff3mjg5jj4rcglu4
This manuscript investigates and compares the aptitude of (future) RSS-based uVLP and VLP systems in terms of their feasibility, cost and accuracy. ... It demonstrates that CF-based uVLP exhibits an acceptable loss of accuracy compared to (regular) VLP. ... Innovation in VLP-based systems is driven by the promise of pairing a low cost to a high accuracy. ...doi:10.3390/s20195596 pmid:33003578 fatcat:b6zzn757bvajthcauxxfc6zd2q