7 February 2015 Software design of segment optical transmitter for indoor free-space optical networks
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During recent years, there has been rapid development in optical networks. This includes not only fiber optical networks but also free space optical networks. The free space optical networks can be divided into indoor and outdoor ones. The indoor free space optical networks have been experiencing dramatic progress in the last years, allowed by the newest IEEE norm 802.15.7, which enabled development of different types of transmitter receivers, modulation formats, etc. The team of authors is dealing with software design of segment optical transmitters for an indoor free space optical network based on the multi-mode optical 50/125 or 62.5/125 μm fiber. Simulated data are then evaluated from the point of view of optical intensity uniform distribution and space spot light size radiating from segment optical transmitter.
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Jan Latal, Jan Latal, Jan Vitasek, Jan Vitasek, Petr Koudelka, Petr Koudelka, Petr Siska, Petr Siska, Andrej Liner, Andrej Liner, Lukas Hajek, Lukas Hajek, Ales Vanderka, Ales Vanderka, Vladimir Vasinek, Vladimir Vasinek, Michal Lucki, Michal Lucki, "Software design of segment optical transmitter for indoor free-space optical networks", Proc. SPIE 9387, Broadband Access Communication Technologies IX, 93870Y (7 February 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2087118; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2087118
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