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Farkas, T. D., Kiràly, T., Pardy, T., Rang, T., & Rang, G. (2018). Application of power line communication technology in street lighting control. Int. J. DNE, 13(2), 176–186.
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Femia, N., Fortunato, M., & Vitelli, M. (2013). Light-to-Light: PV-Fed LED Lighting Systems. IEEE Trans. Power Electron., 28(8), 4063–4073.
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Figueiro, M. G., Nagare, R., & Price, L. L. A. (2017). Non-visual effects of light: How to use light to promote circadian entrainment and elicit alertness. Lighting Research & Technology, 50(1), 38–62.
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Fiorentin, P., & Boscaro, F. (2019). A method for measuring the light output of video advertising reproduced by LED billboards. Measurement, 138, 25–33.
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