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This paper studies a deep learning (DL) framework for the design of binary modulated visible light communication (VLC) transceiver with universal dimming support. The dimming control for the optical binary signal boils down to a combinatorial codebook design so that the average Hamming weight of binary codewords matches with arbitrary dimming target. An unsupervised DL technique is employed for obtaining a neural network to replace the encoder-decoder pair that recovers the message from thearXiv:1910.12048v1 fatcat:prjbuvug4rdcpgus5xyigcskfa