23 August 2016 Low-cost bidirectional hybrid fiber-visible laser light communication system based on carrier-less amplitude phase modulation
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We propose a bidirectional hybrid fiber-visible laser light communication (fiber-VLC) system. To reduce the cost of the system, the cheap and easy integration red vertical cavity surface emitting lasers, low-complexity carrier-less amplitude phase modulation format, and wavelength reuse technique are utilized. Meanwhile, the automatic gain control amplifier voltage and bias voltage for downlink and uplink are optimized. The simulation results show that, by using the proposed system, the bit error rate of 3.8×10−3 can be achieved for 16-Gbps CAP signal after 30-km standard single mode fiber and 8-m VLC bidirectional transmission. Therefore, it indicates the feasibility and potential of proposed system for indoor access network.
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Jing He, Huan Dong, Rui Deng, Lin Chen, "Low-cost bidirectional hybrid fiber-visible laser light communication system based on carrier-less amplitude phase modulation," Optical Engineering 55(8), 086109 (23 August 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.55.8.086109 . Submission:
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