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2010 25th Biennial Symposium on Communications
There are several potential applications for a high data density barcode that can be easily photographed and decoded by mobile phones, but no such symbology currently exists. As a result, a new barcode was designed to exploit the low-pass characteristic of a camera phone channel and is presented as a means of facilitating wireless optical communication with mobile phones. A channel model was established and subsequent simulation results led to the design of a colour barcode with encoding donedoi:10.1109/bsc.2010.5472949 fatcat:zevywgk7ajg4rex34ulmadriri