4 edition of Optical technologies for space communication systems found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Kul Bhasin, Gerhard A. Koepf, chairs/editors ; sponsored by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; in cooperation with Center for Applied Optics/University of Alabama in Huntsville ... [et al.].|
|Series||Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 756|
|Contributions||Bhasin, K. B., Koepf, Gerhard A., Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers., University of Alabama in Huntsville. Center for Applied Optics.|
|LC Classifications||TL3025 .O684 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||87060341|
Free Space Optical Communication: Challenges and Mitigation Techniques Hemani Kaushal 1 and Georges Kaddoum 2 1 Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering, ITM University, Gurgaon, Haryana, India 2 Département de génie électrique, École de technologie supérieure, Montréal (Qc), Canada Abstract In recent years, free space optical (FSO). In , he received the Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Titles for his book Security of Information and Communication Networks (Wiley/IEEE Press), and also received the award for Top Cited Article in the period for his FTTH/B .
Covering topics ranging from basic OF communication components, to the characteristics, applications, advantages, and limitations of optical amplifiers, coherent systems, solitons, and multi-channel systems, the book is a valuable professional reference and an outstanding text for upper level undergraduate and graduate level electrical. Abstract: In recent years, free space optical (FSO) communication has gained significant importance owing to its unique features: large bandwidth, license free spectrum, high data rate, easy and quick deployability, less power, and low mass requirements. FSO communication uses optical carrier in the near infrared band to establish either terrestrial links within the Earth's atmosphere or inter Cited by:
The present book is devoted to an analytical study of optical communications, emphasizing theoretical aspects of system design. Mathematical models of optical components are developed on the basis of Fourier optics, electromagnetic theory, noise theory, and quantum electronics. These models are used to determine design equations, limitations to system performance, and technological tradeoffs. A free‑space optical communication system is a point‑to‑point optical communication system between transceivers, using free space as the transmission medium instead of optical fiber. They are an alternative to wireless communication network equipment or buried fiber optic cable systems.
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Abstract. This introductory chapter provides a high-level view of submarine cables by José Chesnoy, PhD, editor of the book, and introduces the second edition of the book Undersea Fiber Communication ofthe capacity of a submarine cable has increased by more than a factor ofsince the introduction of optical technologies in the s, leading to a capacity approaching.
Free-space optical communication offers the possibility of high-data-rate links among satellites and the Earth, allowing even greater flexibility in terms of network connectivity and access. This text provides an overview of the design principles for receivers used in optical communication systems.
Free-space optical communication (FSO) is an optical communication technology that uses light propagating in free space to wirelessly transmit data for telecommunications or computer networking. "Free space" means air, outer space, vacuum, or something similar. This contrasts with using solids such as optical fiber cable.
The technology is useful where the physical connections are impractical. Optical Wireless Communications for Broadband Global Internet Connectivity: Fundamental and Potential Applications provides a comprehensive overview for readers who require information about the fundamental science behind optical wireless communications, as well as up-to-date advanced knowledge of the state-of-the-art technologies available.
Get this from a library. Optical technologies for space communication systems: JanuaryLos Angeles, California. [K B Bhasin; Gerhard A Koepf; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Center for Applied Optics.;]. 26 1 Overview of Wireless Optical Communication Systems In the above equations, M is the average APD gain, F the e xcess noise factor of APD, I s the surface dark current, T s the slot width, B. This textbook introduces the advanced topics of: (i) wireless communications, (ii) free-space optical (FSO) communications, (iii) indoor optical wireless (IR) communications, and (iv) fiber-optics communications and presents these different types of communication systems in a unified fashion for better practical use.
This book is intended for research scientists, engineers and students with an interest in the topic of free-space laser communications.
It is intended as an all-inclusive source to serve the needs of those who require information about both basic concepts, as well as up-to-date advanced knowledge of the state-of-the-art in the technologies available : Arun K. Majumdar.
Figure 1. Classication of the optical wireless communication system Advancement in space technology and development of more sophisticated space-based instruments opened a new chapter for optical space-based communication.
Due to increasing demands for high data rate and large communication capacity, researchers are actively working to build all File Size: 1MB. - new sections on free-space optical links, VLC, ethernet links, coherent detection and terabit systems Enhanced with worked examples and end-of-chapter problem sets, the book is aimed at advanced undergraduate and graduate students in electronic engineering, optical science and applied physics, and is ideally suited for adoption as a course : Paperback.
number of free space optical links that may be installed in a given location. The fundamental limitation of free space optical communications arises from the environment through which it propagates.
Although relatively unaffected by rain and snow, free space optical communication systems can be severely affected by fog and atmospheric Size: KB. Challenges ahead. While optical communication offers many advantages, the technology poses some challenges as well.
One of these is its cost, which remains relatively high at. Space Agencies intend to extend their portfolio of interoperable space communications into the optical domain covering space-Earth and space-space links.
Optical communications systems that have to operate through Earth’s atmosphere can be severely impacted. The result is that a typical spacecraft has to be supported by several optical. Raytheon’s latest Free-Space Optical Communication technology is rewriting the book on laser-driven, high-speed data transfer.
Free-Space Optical Communication technology is nothing new. Challenges to FSO capability until now have been a challenge to overcome. FREE SPACE OPTICS (FSO): A COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY RF technologies free space optical communication systems can be severely affected by fog and atmospheric turbulence.
The main design challenges in free space optical communications are depicted in figure Size: KB. CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION TO OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 2 λ km m 30cm 3mm 30µm.3µm30˚A ˚A name audio radio µwave mmwave IR OPT/UV x-ray gamma ν KHz MHz GHz THz ε p 3µeV.3meV 30meV 3eV eV.3 MeV Table A frequency line which gives the wavelengths λ, the frequencies ν, and the photon energies hν for the.
Before describing the technologies used to advance the state of the art of fiber-optic communication systems, it is useful to look at the block diagram of a generic communication system in Fig. It consists of an optical transmitter and an optical receiver connected to the two ends of a communication channel that can be a coaxial cable (or simply air) for electric communication systems Cited by: 4.
The book series in Optical Networks and Optical Communication Systems encompasses both optical communications and networks, including both theoretical and applied topics. The series describes current advances at the cutting edge of the field and is aimed especially at industry practitioners, researchers, and doctoral students.
Muhammad, S.S., et al.: Challenges in establishing free space optical communications between flying vehicles. In: Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Communication Systems, Networks and Digital Signal Processing. IEEE () Google ScholarAuthor: Milica I. Petkovic, Milan Narandzic. In the optical communication systems, when a range of wavelengths, ∆λ is emitted from the light source, these wavelengths propagate along the optical fiber with different velocities and arrive Author: Govind P Agrawal.
A quarter century of research into deep space and near Earth optical communicationsThis book captures a quarter century of research and development in deep space optical communications from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Additionally, it presents findings from other optical communications research groups from around the world for a full perspective.
Readers are brought up to date with.This book responds to the need for a coherent approach to nonlinearoptical communication systems.
It gives telecommunicationsresearchers and engineers a handle on the unique problems presentedby the proliferation of optical technologies in telecommunicationsin recent years and provides problem-solving strategies for variousnetwork functions and.Free-space optical communications, link budget, turbu-lence, fading.
1. Introduction Free-space optical communication (FSO) systems (in space and inside the atmosphere) have developed in response to a growing need for high-speed and tap-proof communica-tion File Size: KB.