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Modeling of Gaussian Beam for Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link

Originální název

Modeling of Gaussian Beam for Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link

Anglický název

Modeling of Gaussian Beam for Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The communication quality of terrestrial optical wireless links (TOWL) depends on the link characteristics and weather conditions. For the TOWL purposes, beam propagation through the atmosphere can be modeled using the combination of the ABCD law and the mean irradiance concept. In this contribution, a possible way to obtain a nearly-circular symmetrical beam using two separate laser diode sources is shown. The main part of the contribution deals with the calculation of atmospheric effects and definition of necessary parameters of optical intensity distribution at the receiver aperture.

Anglický abstrakt

The communication quality of terrestrial optical wireless links (TOWL) depends on the link characteristics and weather conditions. For the TOWL purposes, beam propagation through the atmosphere can be modeled using the combination of the ABCD law and the mean irradiance concept. In this contribution, a possible way to obtain a nearly-circular symmetrical beam using two separate laser diode sources is shown. The main part of the contribution deals with the calculation of atmospheric effects and definition of necessary parameters of optical intensity distribution at the receiver aperture.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19627,
  author="Petr {Křivák} and Otakar {Wilfert}",
  title="Modeling of Gaussian Beam for Terrestrial Optical Wireless Link",
  annote="The communication quality of terrestrial optical 
wireless links (TOWL) depends on the link characteristics and weather conditions. For the TOWL purposes, beam propagation through the atmosphere can be modeled using the combination of the ABCD law and the mean irradiance concept. In this contribution, a possible way to obtain a nearly-circular symmetrical beam using two separate laser diode sources is 
shown. The main part of the contribution deals with the calculation of atmospheric effects and definition of necessary parameters of optical intensity distribution at the receiver 
aperture. 
",
  address="University of Oslo, UNIK",
  booktitle="2006 Northern Optics Conference Proceedings",
  chapter="19627",
  institution="University of Oslo, UNIK",
  year="2006",
  month="june",
  pages="79",
  publisher="University of Oslo, UNIK",
  type="conference paper"
}