NEW 2D-OFDM Codes available

We now release new 2D-OFDM Codes (2D ACO-OFDM) and update existing Code adding many interesting features. Notably, TWO MORE new software packages are now included. NEW Package 1 (ACO/DCO-OFDM Simulation) New features This allows for choosing different modulation modes, including Modulation option: 2D ACO-OFDM or 2D DCO-OFDMChangeable clipping factor for reducing PAPREnable Inner-FEC and spatial-pilots … Continue reading NEW 2D-OFDM Codes available

Performance of Screen OCC: 2D-OFDM vs. A-QL

In the previous posts, the implementation demo and the implementation guidance of the Screen-OFDM system were shown. The measured performance comparison between Screen-OFDM and a traditional A-QL in IEEE 802.15.7m is reported in this post. Overview of 2D-OFDM vs A-QL A-QL is the single-carrier modulation while 2D-OFDM is the multi-carrier modulation approach applied for the … Continue reading Performance of Screen OCC: 2D-OFDM vs. A-QL

Software-defined Configuration method for OCC Systems

The purpose of the post is to specify the PIB attributes for configuring a particular OCC PHY mode. Any OCC PHY mode is co-existing with the others and recognizable by a specific receiver once the PIBs are specified. The configuration of PHY-PIB attributes is software-defined (App-based). Without using PHY-frame overhead, the App-based configuration is communication … Continue reading Software-defined Configuration method for OCC Systems

PPDU: PHY frame format for S2-PSK & HS-PSK

This post reviews the design of the Physical-layer Packet Data Unit (PPDU) for S2-PSK and HS-PSK operating modes within PHY IV of IEEE 802.15.7m. The general structure of PPDU for all OCC Operating modes is illustrated in Figure 1. SHR: Synchronization Header PHR: Physical-Layer Header HCS: Header Check Sequence PSDU: PHY service data unit "Use of over-the-air PHY … Continue reading PPDU: PHY frame format for S2-PSK & HS-PSK

HS-PSK: High-rate transfer over RoI(s)

HS-PSK is an operating mode being standardized at IEEE 802.15.7m. This post describes what it is for and how it operates. Figure 1 illustrates an example in which an Rx can select the link properly for an intended usage. The link setup procedure is solved by the RoI-Signaling waveform, while this high-rate waveform is additionally … Continue reading HS-PSK: High-rate transfer over RoI(s)

A comparison between OCC standardization groups within IEEE 802.15

This post briefly reviews the current status of standardization groups within IEEE 802.15 There are IEEE standards covering the optical spectrum, IEEE 802.15.7-2011 std., known as VLCIEEE 802.15.7m std., (publication in 2018, as expected), including OCC modesIEEE 802.15.13 std., (ongoing), adding LiFi (IEEE 802.15.7-2011 std. is also the base document as IEEE 802.15.7m)IEEE 802.11, introducing LiFi to 802.11IEEE 802.15 … Continue reading A comparison between OCC standardization groups within IEEE 802.15

OCC Use Cases/ Promising Services

Figure 1 - Examples of promising use cases using OCC Various application fields of OCC include Indoor lighting Digital Signage Traffic lighting, V2V, V2X Interactive Display with Screen Augmented Reality experience with Smartphones There are plenty of promising applications with OCC. I have drawn several illustrations to explain "where OCC can be used" and "how … Continue reading OCC Use Cases/ Promising Services

Classification of OCC Technologies

Table 1- Classification of OCC, its expected performance, and intended usages Given that various modulation schemes for OCC systems have been investigated till the date, the proper modulation scheme should depend on both Tx and Rx. Table 1 suggests to classify OCC schemes into four categories under the following considerations: (i) The method by which … Continue reading Classification of OCC Technologies