Tijana Devaja

Tijana Devaja
University of Novi Sad · Department of Power, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

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In this paper, we investigate the design of a novel hybrid optical wireless communication (OWC)/radio frequency (RF) solution suitable for massive machine-type communication (mMTC). The proposed scenario consists of a massive collection of indoor OWC-based small cells that connect low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the network infrastruct...
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In this paper, we propose a Slotted ALOHA (SA)-inspired solution for an indoor optical wireless communication (OWC)-based Internet of Things (IoT) system. Assuming that the OWC receiver exploits the capture effect, we are interested in the derivation of error probability of decoding a short-length data packet originating from a randomly selected OW...
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In this article, we consider a random access scheme for an indoor Internet of Things (IoT) framework that uses optical wireless communication (OWC). We focus on a Slotted ALOHA (SA)-based solution where a number of OWC IoT users contend to send data to a central OWC receiver. In any given slot, and for a randomly selected active user, we consider t...
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Lighting systems based on light-emitting diodes (LEDs) possess many benefits over their incandescent counterparts including longer lifespans, lower energy costs, better quality of light and no toxic elements, all without sacrificing consumer satisfaction. Their lifespan is not affected by switching frequency allowing for better illumination control...

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