Least minimum symbol error rate based post-distortion for adaptive mobile VLC transmission with receiver selection
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CitationMiramirkhani, F., Karbalayghareh, M. & Mitra, R. (2021). Least minimum symbol error rate based post-distortion for adaptive mobile VLC transmission with receiver selection. Physical communication, 47, 1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.phycom.2021.101353
In the context of beyond-5G indoor communication systems, visible light communication (VLC) has emerged as a viable supplement for existing RF-based systems and as an enabler for high datarate communications. However, the existing indoor VLC systems are limited by detrimental outages caused by fluctuations in the VLC channel-gain due to user-mobility. Furthermore, the nonlinear characteristics of the light-emitting diode (LED) degrade the performance of VLC systems in the highpower regime by warping the input constellation. Additional performance-limits are introduced by inter-symbol interference (ISI) due to finite modulation-bandwidth of LEDs, and reflections from walls. In this paper, a random Fourier feature (RFF) based post-distorter is considered for mitigating the LED nonlinearity, and relevant expressions for the signal to noise ratio (SNR) are derived for a direct current biased optical orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (DCO-OFDM) system. Based on the derived expressions for SNR, the effects of user-mobility and ISI are mitigated by a DCO-OFDM based adaptive VLC transmission technique, which varies the transmission-rate/modulation-order under a specified error-rate constraint. Simulations are presented over channels obtained by ray-tracing, which indicates that the proposed algorithm achieves superior data-rates with a significantly lower error-rate.
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