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Power Equivalent Gaussian Beam fot Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link Power Budget

Originální název

Power Equivalent Gaussian Beam fot Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link Power Budget

Anglický název

Power Equivalent Gaussian Beam fot Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link Power Budget

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This contribution deals with deffinition of power equivalent Gaussian beam that is needed for both standard power budget process of optical wireless link (OWL) and laser beam modeling. The PEGB calculation becomes from the analogy between relative intensity distributions and the normal distribution. The intensity distribution is based on the measurement of the elliptical symme-try beam spot according to the Gaussian curvature. The derivation of PEGB is based on two precondi-tions: the PEGB transmits the same power with the same on-axis intensity.

Anglický abstrakt

This contribution deals with deffinition of power equivalent Gaussian beam that is needed for both standard power budget process of optical wireless link (OWL) and laser beam modeling. The PEGB calculation becomes from the analogy between relative intensity distributions and the normal distribution. The intensity distribution is based on the measurement of the elliptical symme-try beam spot according to the Gaussian curvature. The derivation of PEGB is based on two precondi-tions: the PEGB transmits the same power with the same on-axis intensity.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT18455,
  author="Petr {Křivák} and Otakar {Wilfert}",
  title="Power Equivalent Gaussian Beam fot Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link Power Budget",
  annote="This contribution deals with deffinition of power equivalent Gaussian beam that is needed for both standard power budget process of optical wireless link (OWL) and laser beam modeling. The PEGB calculation becomes from the analogy between relative intensity distributions and the normal distribution. The intensity distribution is based on the measurement of the elliptical symme-try beam spot according to the Gaussian curvature.  The derivation of PEGB is based on two precondi-tions: the PEGB transmits the same power with the same on-axis intensity.",
  address="Vienna University of Technology",
  booktitle="Junior Scientist Conference 2006",
  chapter="18455",
  institution="Vienna University of Technology",
  year="2006",
  month="april",
  pages="39",
  publisher="Vienna University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}