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Title Optical wireless communications : an emerging technology / Murat Uysal, Carlo Capsoni, Zabih Ghassemlooy, Anthony Boucouvalas, Eszter Udvary, editors.
Imprint Switzerland : Springer, 2016.

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Series Signals and communication technology, 1860-4870
Signals and communication technology. 1860-4870
Subject Wireless communication systems.
Optical communications.
Alt Name Uysal, Murat, 1973-
Capsoni, Carlo,
Ghassemlooy, Zabih,
Boucouvalas, A. C. (Anthony C.),
Udvary, Eszter,
Description 1 online resource : color illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface; Contents; 1 An Overview of Optical Wireless Communications; Abstract; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Historical Overview and Current Status; 1.3 Existing and Envisioned Application Areas; 1.3.1 Ultra Short Range OWC Applications; 1.3.2 Short Range OWC Applications; 1.3.3 Medium Range OWC Applications; 1.3.4 Long Range OWC Applications; 1.3.5 Ultra Long Range OWC Applications; 1.4 Conclusions; References; 2 Optical Propagation in Unguided Media; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Degrading Effects of Turbulence
2.3 Power Spectra of Turbulence in Free Space Optics (FSO), Slant Satellite and Underwater Links2.4 Rytov Method; 2.5 Extended Huygens-Fresnel Principle; 2.6 Average Received Intensity; 2.7 Intensity and Power Scintillation Index; 2.8 Bit Error Rate; 2.9 Beam Effects in Turbulent Medium; 2.10 Mitigation Methods to Reduce Turbulence Effects; 2.11 Sample Results; 2.12 Conclusions and Future Directions; References; 3 Effects of Adverse Weather on Free Space Optics; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Gas Absorption; 3.3 Propagation Through Atmospheric Particulates; 3.3.1 Refractive Index of Water
3.3.2 Electromagnetic Computation: Mie Theory3.3.3 Asymptotic Theories; 3.4 Multiple Scattering Effects; 3.5 Fog and Clouds; 3.5.1 Fog Types; 3.5.2 Cloud Types; 3.5.3 Microphysical Characterization; 3.5.4 Specific Attenuation; 3.6 Rain; 3.6.1 Microphysical Characterization; 3.6.2 Specific Attenuation; 3.7 Snow; 3.7.1 Microphysical Characterization; 3.7.2 Specific Attenuation; 3.8 Conclusions and Recommendations; References; 4 Experimental Validation of FSO Channel Models; Abstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Total Attenuation; 4.3 Measurement of Fog Attenuation
4.4 Modeling of DSD in Fog and Clouds4.4.1 Experimental Data; 4.4.2 Analysis of LWC and PSA; 4.5 Rain Attenuation; 4.6 Impact of Atmospheric Turbulences; 4.7 Conclusion; References; 5 Channel Characterization and Modeling for LEO-Ground Links; Abstract; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Atmospheric Turbulence; 5.2.1 Scintillation; 5.2.2 Fading Statistics; 5.3 Measurements; 5.3.1 KIODO Campaign; 5.3.2 Instrument; 5.3.3 Results; 5.3.3.1 Power Scintillation; 5.3.3.2 Signal Fading; 5.4 Modeling Approach of Power Scintillation; 5.5 Conclusions and Future Directions; References
6 Channel Modeling for Visible Light CommunicationsAbstract; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Channel Modeling Approach; 6.3 CIR for an Empty Room; 6.4 Effect of Surface Materials, Objects, and Transmitter/Receiver Specifications on CIR; 6.5 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 7 Diffraction Effects and Optical Beam Shaping in FSO Terminals; Abstract; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Wave Effects in OWC; 7.3 Modeling of Diffraction Effects in Terrestrial FSO Links; 7.4 Simulation, Assessment, and Discussion; 7.5 Geometrical and Pointing Loss; 7.6 Optical Beam Shaping; 7.7 FG Beams and Transformation Techniques
Summary This book focuses on optical wireless communications (OWC), an emerging technology with huge potential for the provision of pervasive and reliable next-generation communications networks. It shows how the development of novel and efficient wireless technologies can contribute to a range of transmission links essential for the heterogeneous networks of the future to support various communications services and traffic patterns with ever-increasing demands for higher data-transfer rates. The book starts with a chapter reviewing the OWC field, which explains different sub-technologies (visible-light, ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) communications) and introduces the spectrum of application areas (indoor, vehicular, terrestrial, underwater, intersatellite, deep space, etc.). This provides readers with the necessary background information to understand the specialist material in the main body of the book, which is in four parts. The first of these deals with propagation modelling and channel characterization of OWC channels at different spectral bands and with different applications. The second starts by providing a unified information-theoretic treatment of OWC and then discusses advanced physical-layer methodologies (including, but not limited to: advanced coding, modulation diversity, cooperation and multi-carrier techniques) and the ultimate limitations imposed by practical constraints. On top of the physical layer come the upper-layer protocols and cross-layer designs that are the subject of the third part of the book. The last part of the book features a chapter-by-chapter assessment of selected OWC applications. Optical Wireless Communications is a valuable reference guide for academic researchers and practitioners concerned with the future development of the world?s communication networks. It succinctly but comprehensively presents the latest advances in the field.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 31, 2016).
ISBN 9783319302010 (electronic bk.)
3319302019 (electronic bk.)
9783319302003
3319302000
OCLC # 957490892
Additional Format Original 9783319302003 3319302000 (OCoLC)936011323