Evaluation of coverage area for a wide line-of-sight indoor optical free-space communication system employing coherent detection
Jafar, M., O'Brien, D. C., Stevens, C. J. and Edwards, D. J., 2008. Evaluation of coverage area for a wide line-of-sight indoor optical free-space communication system employing coherent detection. IET Communications, 2 (1), pp. 18-26.
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The application of coherent detection to indoor optical free-space communications is considered here. Analytical expressions are derived for a wide line-of-sight (W-LOS) optical link which determine the coverage area and the required photo-detection area given different binary digital transmission schemes and a given bit rate. The coverage area is maximised for systems using both metal-semiconductor-metal (NISM) and PIN photo-detectors. Results show that MSM photo-detectors, due to their inherently lower capacitance per unit photo-detection area, result in a greater coverage area than their PIN counterparts. To demonstrate the viability of implementing coherent detection indoors, a 200 Mb/s LOS optical link which uses coherent detection is also reported.
|Creators||Jafar, M., O'Brien, D. C., Stevens, C. J. and Edwards, D. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000253427400004|
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