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Time: 2023-02-20 9:30
Address: 4th Research Building A527-B
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  1. [IEEE Photonics Journal 2023] Physical-Layer Network Coding Enhanced Visible Light Communications Using RGB LEDs, Jiahui
    Abstract: Visible light communications (VLC) is a good candidate technology for the 6th generation (6G) wireless communications. Red, green, and blue (RGB) light-emitting diodes (LEDs) based VLC has become an important research branch due to its low price and high reliability. However, the saturation of photodiode (PD) caused by the ambient background light may seriously degrade the bit error rate (BER) performance of an RGB-VLC system's three spatially uncoupled information streams (i.e., red, green, and blue LEDs can transmit different data packets simultaneously) in practical applications. To mitigate the ambient light interference in point-to-point RGB-VLC systems, we propose, PNC-VLC, a network-coded scheme that uses two LEDs with the same color at the transmitter to transmit two different data streams and we make use of the naturally overlapped signals at the receiver to formulate physical-layer network coding (PNC). The adaptivity of PNC-VLC could effectively improve the BER degradation problem caused by the saturation of PD under the influence of ambient light. We conducted simulations based on the parameters of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products to prove the superiority of the PNC-VLC under the influence of four typical illuminants. Simulation results show that the PNC-VLC system can maintain a better and more stable system BER performance under different ambient background light conditions. Remarkably, with 2/3 throughput efficiency, PNC-VLC can bring 133.3% gain to the BER performance when compared with RGB-VLC under the Illuminant A interference model, making it a good option for VLC applications with unpredictable ambient background interferences.
  2. [Mobicom 2022] Tutti: coupling 5G RAN and mobile edge computing for latency-critical video analytics, Silience
    Abstract: Mobile edge computing (MEC), as a key ingredient of the 5G ecosystem, is envisioned to support demanding applications with stringent latency requirements. The basic idea is to deploy servers close to end-users, e.g., on the network edge-side instead of the remote cloud. While conceptually reasonable, we find that the operational 5G is not coordinated with MEC and thus suffers from intolerable long response latency. In this work, we propose Tutti, which couples 5G RAN and MEC at the user space to assure the performance of latency-critical video analytics. To enable such capacity, Tutti precisely customizes the application service demand by fusing instantaneous wireless dynamics from the 5G RAN and application-layer content changes from edge servers. Tutti then enforces a deadline-sensitive resource provision for meeting the application service demand by real-time interaction between 5G RAN and edge servers in a lightweight and standard-compatible way. We prototype and evaluate Tutti on a software-defined platform, which shows that Tutti reduces the response latency by an average of 61.69% compared with the existing 5G MEC system, as well as negligible interaction costs.






  • [Topic] [ The path planning algorithm for multiple mobile edge servers in EdgeGO], Rong Cong, 2020-11-18






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