Pulsar: Towards Ubiquitous Visible Light Localization

@inproceedings{Zhang2017PulsarTU,
  title={Pulsar: Towards Ubiquitous Visible Light Localization},
  author={Chi Zhang and Xinyu Zhang},
  booktitle={MobiCom},
  year={2017}
}
The past decade's research in visible light positioning (VLP) has led to technologies with high location precision. However, existing VLP systems either require specialized LEDs which hinder large-scale deployment, or need cameras which preclude continuous localization because of high power consumption and short coverage. In this paper, we propose Pulsar, which uses a compact photodiode sensor, readily fit into a mobile device, to discriminate existing ceiling lights---either fluorescent lights… CONTINUE READING

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