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A novel multipath dispersion reduction technique based on controlled-polarization optical wireless link set-up.

Giakos, G.C. and Patnekar, N. and Sumrain, S. and Fraiwan, L. and Kumar, V. and Mertzios, G.B. (2003) 'A novel multipath dispersion reduction technique based on controlled-polarization optical wireless link set-up.', in Instrumentation and Measurement Technology, 20th Annual Conference, IMTC '03, 20-22 May 2003, Colorado, USA ; proceedings. New York: IEEE, pp. 1622-1626.

Abstract

The detection characteristics of an indoor-optical communication system, which utilizes infrared radiation as carrier has been explored and enhanced for telemedicine, and wireless local area network applications. The novelty of the presented technique consists in the fact that multipath dispersion can be reduced under controlled polarization link setup. The design of such a network is based on the specifications set by the IEEE 802.11 standard. Significant noise reduction has been achieved by utilizing wavelet transform processing algorithms.

Item Type:Book chapter
Full text:PDF - Accepted Version (208Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/IMTC.2003.1208024
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Record Created:13 Jul 2012 15:05
Last Modified:07 Aug 2012 10:49

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