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Groenenboom, Max (author)
Sound pollution is becoming an increasingly pressing issue in today’s world. To effectively address it, it must be measured. To this end, Serval was developed, an edge-ai powered sound recognition solution. Its lack of accuracy, however, makes it difficult to deploy. This thesis examines the potential for improving this solution while staying...
master thesis 2024
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Minderman, Björn (author)
In the last decades our usage of the Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum has intensified a lot due to the increasing number of mobile devices. The spectrum is getting crowded and new communication alternatives might become necessary in the future. One such alternative is Visible Light Communication (VLC),which uses the visible light spectrum instead...
master thesis 2023
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Bagchi, Madhubanti (author)
Recently non-image-based data capturing methods such as sensors like RF, ultrasonic or radars, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc for People Counting (PC) applications have gained momentum as an alternative to camera-based systems due to the preference for privacy preservation. Among them mm-wave radars are a strong choice for data capture since they consume...
master thesis 2023
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de Zoete, Jasper (author)
Visible light communication(VLC) is an emerging form of wireless communic- ation that uses visible light, where standard light sources such as LEDs serve as communication devices. Due to visible light bandwidths being significantly higher and underused, VLC offers an alternative to the more commonly used Radio Frequency(RF) devices. While VLC...
master thesis 2023
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Juneja, Suchdeep Singh (author)
In the ever-evolving field of music technology, new solutions continue to emerge that enhance musical expression and creativity. This thesis introduces WaveTune, a novel lightweight hand gesture recognition system that enables real-time control of musical composition and performance through natural hand motions.<br/><br/>WaveTune utilizes...
master thesis 2023
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Lut, Jasper-Jan (author)
Drones that perform complex autonomous movements require a perfect estimate of their current position. However, internal measurement unit (IMU) errors introduce drift in this estimate, leading to significant discrepancies between the predicted and actual location. Various solutions have been proposed to calibrate the IMU, including methods...
master thesis 2023
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Kaldenbach, Marco (author)
The advancement of wireless communication technologies has transformed how we exchange information in our daily lives. However, the increasing demand for wireless communication faces challenges due to limited radio wave bandwidth availability. In this context, visible light communication has emerged as a promising alternative, utilizing visible...
master thesis 2023
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FANG, Siyuan (author)
In recent years, with the rapid expansion of IoT (Internet of Things) devices, more and more research and commercial projects have focused on various application areas of IoT. Signify, as a leading player in the smart home industry, has been deeply involved in this field for many years, particularly focusing on smart lighting for smart homes and...
master thesis 2023
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Parlan, Tolga (author)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of Coloured Multiple Pulse Position Modulation (CMPPM) which is a novel Visible Light Communications (VLC) modulation scheme focusing on expanding upon the standard Pulse Position Modulation (PPM) via taking advantage of the information encoding potential of the color spectrum. The system is...
master thesis 2023
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Jonk, Jasper (author)
Due to trends such as the Internet of Things, there has been a growing number of devices that use wireless technologies for communication. This increase leads to bandwidth limitations that forced researchers to explore other types of wireless communication. One of these alternatives is Visible Light Communication (VLC). VLC encodes data by...
master thesis 2023
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Katkam, Rohan (author)
The current wireless networks can face congestion issues due to the increasing number of digital devices. One way to overcome this is to establish communica-tion at a different range of frequencies, specifically in visible light. Most studies in Visible Light Communication (VLC) systems use active light sources like LEDs for transmission, but...
master thesis 2023
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den Hoedt, Dirk (author)
When a patient is in a hospital, it is very important to monitor their vital signs. Doctors and nurses use this information to assess the condition of the patient. Most of the existing vital signs measurement devices need physical contact with the patient. This thesis focuses on a non-contact vital signs estimation method. Using a mmWave radar,...
master thesis 2022
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de Groot, Lucan (author)
Visible Light Communication (VLC) has been gaining interest in the industry and academia for the last decade. VLC enables a high-speed communication alternative to conventional radio such as Bluetooth or WiFi and presents a solution to the 'spectrum crunch'. More recently, the combination of energy harvesting and VLC has been explored to enable...
master thesis 2022
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Dsouza, Vivian (author)
The rapidly growing number of wireless devices typically use radio frequency for communication. However, in order to avoid using the expensive and increasingly congested radio bands, research areas are moving in the direction of using ambient light to form physical links in wireless communication systems. Unlike active Visible Light...
master thesis 2022
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Bhagat, Naval Tapan (author)
Visible Light Positioning (VLP) is an emerging field of research with several possible application. While most state-of-the-art VLP systems work with active modulation of light (switching lights on/off rapidly), this poses issues such as the flickering problem and excessive power consumption. In contrast, passive modulation of light (twisting...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Durmuş, Merdan (author)
Visible Light Communication (VLC) is becoming an important research area where Visible Light Sources such as LED, Halogen Lamps and even the sun can be used for Wireless Communication. LED-to-Camera Communication is a form of VLC, where the camera can notice intermittent stimuli changes above a certain threshold frequency (flicker fusion...
bachelor thesis 2022
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van de Beek, Valentijn (author)
Visible Light Communication is a method of wireless communication that avoids the oversaturated frequencies used by radio communication. Prior research typically uses the camera on smartphone for communication, but using a camera is energy-intensive and inefficient. Some alternatives are photodiodes and ambient light sensors, however the former...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Vos, Jasper (author)
In the field of Visible Light Sensing, light sensors are used to extract information from objects which do not actively communicate any information. Previous research within this field proposed the system called SolAR, and proved the possibility of using a solar cell as both a power source and an activity sensor. A wrist mounted solar cell...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Crha, Vojta (author)
In the recent years, several papers have implemented methods which seamlessly integrate data streams into high frame rate monitors without affecting casual viewer experience. This paper proposes an improvement to existing systems which can in theory increase the data throughput of the data stream several times. Exploiting the same...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Lin, Giovanni (author)
Augmented Reality has the potential to expand our interaction with our surrounding environment. A potential solution to improve this interactability is Visible Light Communication through blinking Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). Data is encoded and then transmitted by blinking the LED, a smart-phone camera is then pointed at the LED to decode the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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