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Author Arnon, Shlomi, 1968-

Title Advanced Optical Wireless Communication Systems
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Contents Cover; Advanced Optical Wireless Communication Systems; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Part I Outlook; 1 Introduction; Shlomi Arnon, John Barry, George Karagiannidis, Robert Schober, and Murat Uysal; Part II Optical wireless communication theory; 2 Coded modulation techniques for optical wireless channels; Ivan B. Djordjevic; 2.1 Atmospheric turbulence channel modeling; 2.2 Codes on graphs; 2.3 Coded-MIMO free-space optical communication; 2.4 Raptor codes for temporally correlated FSO channels; 2.5 Adaptive modulation and coding (AMC) for FSO communications
2.6 Multidimensional coded modulation for FSO communications2.7 Free-space optical OFDM communication; 2.8 Heterogeneous optical networks (HONs); 2.9 Summary; Acknowledgments; References; 3 Wireless optical CDMA communication systems; Jawad A. Salehi, Babak M. Ghaffari, and Mehdi D. Matinfar; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 OCDMA system description; 3.3 Indoor wireless optical CDMA LAN; 3.4 Free-space optical CDMA systems; 3.5 Modulation; 3.6 Experimental prototypes; Acknowledgment; References; 4 Pointing error statistics; Shlomi Arnon; References; 5 Equalization and Markov chains in cloud channel
7.1 Introduction and channel models7.2 Capacity results; 7.3 Proof techniques; References; Part III Unique channels; 8 Modeling and characterization of ultraviolet scattering communication channels; Haipeng Ding, Brian M. Sadler, Gang Chen, and Zhengyuan Xu; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Single scattering models; 8.3 Multiple scattering models; 8.4 NLOS UV channel measurement systems; 8.5 Numerical and experimental results; 8.6 Summary; References; 9 Free-space optical communications underwater; Brandon Cochenour and Linda Mullen; 9.1 Introduction: towards a link equation
9.2 Introduction to ocean optics9.3 Channel characterization: theory; 9.4 Experimental research in wireless optical communications underwater; 9.5 System design for uFSO links; 9.6 Summary; References; 10 The optical wireless channel; Roger Green and Mark Leeson; 10.1 Introduction; 10.2 System configurations; 10.3 Optical sources; 10.4 Optical detectors; 10.5 Optical filters; 10.6 Nature of the optical wireless channel; 10.7 Interference sources; 10.8 Impact of interference on BER; 10.9 Channel impulse response
Mohsen Kavehrad5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Channel propagation modeling; 5.3 Modeling results and eigen analyses; 5.4 Equalization related issues; 5.5 Summary and conclusions; Acknowledgment; References; 6 Multiple-input multiple-output techniques for indoor optical wireless communications; Steve Hranilovic; 6.1 Indoor OW MIMO channel characteristics; 6.2 MIMO for diffuse OW channels; 6.3 Spot-diffusing OW MIMO systems; 6.4 Point-to-Point OW MIMO communications; 6.5 Future directions; References; 7 Channel capacity; Amos Lapidoth, Stefan M. Moser, and Michèle Wigger
Summary Combines theory with real-world case studies to give a comprehensive overview of modern optical wireless technology
Notes 10.10 Hardware aspects of the receiver-amplifier in the indoor channel environment
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Free space optical interconnects.
Optical communications.
Form Electronic book
Author Barry, John.
Karagiannidis, George
Schober, Robert.
Uysal, Murat, 1973-
ISBN 1139423371 (electronic bk.)
1680159895 (electronic bk.)
9781139423373 (electronic bk.)
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