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ODAC-based traffic lights for intelligent transport systems

Originální název

ODAC-based traffic lights for intelligent transport systems

Anglický název

ODAC-based traffic lights for intelligent transport systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The optical digital to analog converter (ODAC) concept is introduced to be used in an intelligent transportation system (ITS). The paper explores the performance of ODAC adapted into a traffic light head in order to enable transferring information from the infrastructure to the vehicle (I2V). The performance of such a scenario is shown by reconstructing error as a function of emitter placement, LED’s half power angle (HPA) and receiver’s field of view (FOV). The obtained results reveal that ODAC performance strictly depends on geometrical deployment. Moreover, increasing signal frequency additionally introduces noticeable signal distortion.

Anglický abstrakt

The optical digital to analog converter (ODAC) concept is introduced to be used in an intelligent transportation system (ITS). The paper explores the performance of ODAC adapted into a traffic light head in order to enable transferring information from the infrastructure to the vehicle (I2V). The performance of such a scenario is shown by reconstructing error as a function of emitter placement, LED’s half power angle (HPA) and receiver’s field of view (FOV). The obtained results reveal that ODAC performance strictly depends on geometrical deployment. Moreover, increasing signal frequency additionally introduces noticeable signal distortion.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT124130,
  author="Aleš {Dobesch} and Luis Nero {Alves} and Otakar {Wilfert} and Carlos Gaspar {Ribeiro}",
  title="ODAC-based traffic lights for intelligent transport systems",
  annote="The optical digital to analog converter (ODAC) concept is introduced to be used in an intelligent transportation system (ITS). The paper explores the performance of ODAC adapted into a traffic light head in order to enable transferring information from the infrastructure to the vehicle (I2V). The performance of such a scenario is shown by reconstructing error as a function of emitter placement, LED’s half power angle (HPA) and receiver’s field of view (FOV). The obtained results reveal that ODAC performance strictly depends on geometrical deployment. Moreover, increasing signal frequency additionally introduces noticeable signal distortion.",
  address="Department of Electronics and Multimedia Communications",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 26th International Conference RADIOELEKTRONIKA 2016",
  chapter="124130",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Department of Electronics and Multimedia Communications",
  year="2016",
  month="april",
  pages="345--349",
  publisher="Department of Electronics and Multimedia Communications",
  type="conference paper"
}