Sensing Light with LEDs: Performance Evaluation for IoT Applications
AbstractThe Internet of Things includes all the technologies allowing the connection of everyday objects to the Internet, in order to gather measurements of physical quantities and interact with the surrounding environments through telecommunication devices with embedded sensing and actuating units. The measurements carried out with different LEDs demonstrate the possibility of using these devices both as transmitters and as optical sensors, in addition to their ability to discriminate incident wavelengths, thus making them bi-directional transceivers for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, particularly suitable in the context of Visible Light Communication (VLC). In particular, a methodological tool is provided for selecting the LED sensor for VLC applications. View Full-Text
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Incipini, L.; Belli, A.; Palma, L.; Ballicchia, M.; Pierleoni, P. Sensing Light with LEDs: Performance Evaluation for IoT Applications. J. Imaging 2017, 3, 50.
Incipini L, Belli A, Palma L, Ballicchia M, Pierleoni P. Sensing Light with LEDs: Performance Evaluation for IoT Applications. Journal of Imaging. 2017; 3(4):50.Chicago/Turabian Style
Incipini, Lorenzo; Belli, Alberto; Palma, Lorenzo; Ballicchia, Mauro; Pierleoni, Paola. 2017. "Sensing Light with LEDs: Performance Evaluation for IoT Applications." J. Imaging 3, no. 4: 50.
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