Abstract

In this paper a novel high bandwidth optical wireless communication system for indoor personal area networking applications with both ubiquitous coverage and mobility feature is proposed and tradeoffs are studied. Gigabit-per-second optical wireless communication system with limited mobility provided to users has been demonstrated by proof-of-concept experiments for the first time. It has also been shown that when incorporating with the WiFi-based localization system, our proposed system can provide high-speed error-free operation with mobility over the entire room.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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