Subject: Road Traffic management | Wireless optical communication | Visible light communication
Visible Light Communication (VLC) using LEDs is emerging as a key technology for a ubiquitous communication system, because LED has the advantages of fast switching, long life expectancy, being less expensive and being visible light that is safe for the human body. The ... View more
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