Spatially superposed pulse amplitude modulation using a chip-scale CMOS-integrated GaN LED array

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Abstract

We present a highly compact system capable of generating discrete optical wireless data signals from logic inputs, suitable for pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) transmission, in visible light communication (VLC).

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pulse amplitude modulation
logic
optical communication
CMOS
light emitting diodes
chips

Keywords

  • optoelectronics
  • light emitting diodes
  • optical communications
  • modulation

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Griffiths, AD, Herrnsdorf, J, McKendry, JJ, Henderson, R, Haas, H, Gu, E & Dawson, MD 2016, 'Spatially superposed pulse amplitude modulation using a chip-scale CMOS-integrated GaN LED array' Paper presented at OSA Light, Energy and the Environment Congress, Leipzig, Germany, 14/11/16 - 17/11/16, . https://doi.org/10.1364/SSL.2016.SSM2C.2

Spatially superposed pulse amplitude modulation using a chip-scale CMOS-integrated GaN LED array. / Griffiths, Alexander D.; Herrnsdorf, Johannes; McKendry, Jonathan J.; Henderson, Robert; Haas, Harald; Gu, Erdan; Dawson, Martin D.

2016. Paper presented at OSA Light, Energy and the Environment Congress, Leipzig, Germany.

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