Local Positioning System Using Flickering Infrared LEDs
AbstractA minimalistic optical sensing device for the indoor localization is proposed to estimate the relative position between the sensor and active markers using amplitude modulated infrared light. The innovative insect-based sensor can measure azimuth and elevation angles with respect to two small and cheap active infrared light emitting diodes (LEDs) flickering at two different frequencies. In comparison to a previous lensless visual sensor that we proposed for proximal localization (less than 30 cm), we implemented: (i) a minimalistic sensor in terms of small size (10 cm
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Raharijaona, T.; Mawonou, R.; Nguyen, T.V.; Colonnier, F.; Boyron, M.; Diperi, J.; Viollet, S. Local Positioning System Using Flickering Infrared LEDs. Sensors 2017, 17, 2518.
Raharijaona T, Mawonou R, Nguyen TV, Colonnier F, Boyron M, Diperi J, Viollet S. Local Positioning System Using Flickering Infrared LEDs. Sensors. 2017; 17(11):2518.Chicago/Turabian Style
Raharijaona, Thibaut; Mawonou, Rodolphe; Nguyen, Thanh V.; Colonnier, Fabien; Boyron, Marc; Diperi, Julien; Viollet, Stéphane. 2017. "Local Positioning System Using Flickering Infrared LEDs." Sensors 17, no. 11: 2518.
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