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Visible Light Communication Pre-equalization Technology

N. Chi
Published 2018 · Computer Science

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In the visible light communication system, the serious unevenness of the channel to the realization of high-speed data transmission has brought great obstacles, although the use of OFDM and other high-order modulation technology to a certain extent optimize system performance, but make the system capacity to further enhance. Transmitter also need to use a variety of pre-equalization technologies, the frequency response to the LED to compensate, thereby improving the system’s modulation bandwidth.
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