STUDI AWAL RANCANGAN BIDIRECTIONAL-MULTIUSER PADA VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION UNTUK APLIKASI DALAM RUANG (INDOOR)

Syifaul Fuada

Abstract


ABSTRAK

Visible Light Communication (VLC) atau komunikasi cahaya tampak merupakan teknologi yang sedang on fire selama beberapa tahun ini dan diasumsikan akan terus berlanjut beberapa dekade kedepan karena banyak kelebihan yang ditawarkan, yakni telah tersedia infrastruktur utama berupa lampu penerangan sehingga bersifat cost-effective, bebas lisensi, lebih aman (secure), kecepatan transmisi mencapai GHz, dan tidak memiliki interferensi elektromagnetik. Karena VLC adalah teknologi yang relatif baru, maka standar komunikasinya juga cenderung berkembang ialah standar IEEE 802.15.17 yang terpublikasi akhir tahun 2010 lalu. Standar ini masih mengajukan teknik modulasi dan juga komunikasi pada skenario point-to-point namun sampai saat ini belum mengakomodasi sistem komunikasi dengan skenario Multiuser sekaligus transmisi Bi-directional. Makalah ini merupakan proposal rancangan dalam rangka mendesain sistem VLC secara bi-directional (uplink dan downlink) yang mampu dipakai pada skema multiuser dengan kecepatan bitrate pada downlink mencapai 1 Mbps untuk aplikasi dalam ruang (indoor). Makalah ini terbagi menjadi beberapa bagian pembahasan. Pertama mendefinisikan latar belakang akan dilakukannya sebuah penelitian untuk memperbaiki platform penelitian yang terdahulu dan kontribusinya. Bagian kedua memaparkan penelitian yang relevan beserta state of the art antara penelitian ini dengan lainnya. Bagian ketiga merinci teori dasar. Bagian keempat memaparkan metodologi penelitian dan terakhir adalah batasan masalah dan penutup.

 

ABSTRACT

Visible Light Communication (VLC) is a technology that has been on fire for several years and it is assumed to continue in the next few decades because of the many advantages offered, namely the main infrastructure in the form of lighting so that it is cost-effective, free license, safer (Secure), the transmission speed reaches GHz, and has no electromagnetic interference. Since VLC is a relatively new technology, its communication standards also tend to develop is the IEEE 802.15.17 standard published late 2010. This standard still proposes modulation techniques as well as communications in the point-to-point scenario but until now has not accommodated the communication system with Multiuser scenario as well as Bi-directional transmission. This paper is designed to design a bi-directional (uplink and downlink) VLC system that can be used on multiuser schemes with bitrate speeds downlink of up to 1 Mbps for indoor applications. This paper is divided into several parts of the discussion. First define the background of a research to improve the previous research platform and its contribution. The second part describes the relevant research along with the state of the art between this study and others. The third section details basic theories. The fourth section describes the methodology of research and the last is the limitation of the problem and the conclusion.

How to Cite : Fuada, S. (2017). STUDI AWAL RANCANGAN BIDIRECTIONAL-MULTIUSER PADA VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION UNTUK APLIKASI DALAM RUANG (INDOOR). Jurnal Teknik Informatika, 10(1), 27-36. doi:10.15408/jti.v10i1.6813

Permalink/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15408/jti.v10i1.6813


Keywords


Bidirectional; Multiuser; Visible Light Communication; Aplikasi Indoor

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