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Optical Wireless Communications III
Editor(s): Eric J. Korevaar
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 4214
Date Published: 6 February 2001
Softcover: 19 papers (190) pages
ISBN: 9780819438799

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Eight-channel video broadcast feed service using free-space optical wireless technology at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Author(s): Paul F. Szajowski; A. J. Rigas; J. W. Robinson; Gerald Nykolak; Bruce D. Paulson; G. E. Tourgee; James J. Auborn
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160-Gb/s free-space transmission link
Author(s): Gerald Nykolak; Gregory Raybon; Benny Mikkelsen; Baron B. Brown; Paul F. Szajowski; James J. Auborn; Herman M. Presby
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U.S. Air Force development of a high-altitude laser crosslink
Author(s): Daniel J. Petrovich; Robert A. Gill; Robert J. Feldmann
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Comparison of laser beam propagation at 785 nm and 1550 nm in fog and haze for optical wireless communications
Author(s): Isaac I. Kim; Bruce McArthur; Eric J. Korevaar
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Optical wireless propagation: theory vs. experiment
Author(s): Dennis M. Romain; Mark Larkin; Ganesh Ghayal; Bruce D. Paulson; Gerald Nykolak
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Hybrid free-space optical/microwave communication networks: a unique solution for ultrahigh-speed local loop connectivity
Author(s): Gerald R. Clark; Heinz A. Willebrand; Maha Achour
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Broadband local service offerings using free-space optical links: a network business perspective
Author(s): David M. Britz; J. P. Dodley; D. J. Barnickel
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Free-space optical technology and distribution architecture for broadband metro and local services
Author(s): J. P. Dodley; David M. Britz; D. J. Bowen; Carl W. Lundgren
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Moon-to-Earth high-bandwidth optical data link
Author(s): Gregory A. Konesky
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Novel nonimaging lens for photodiode receivers with a prescribed angular response and maximum integrated sensitivity
Author(s): Pablo Benitez; Juan Carlos Minano; Maikel Hernandez; Kazutoshi Hirohashi; Satoru Toguchi; Masahisa Sakai
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High-speed integrated optical wireless transceivers for in-building optical LANs
Author(s): Dominic C. O'Brien; Grahame E. Faulkner; Kalok Jim; Emmanuel B. Zyambo; David J. Edwards; Mark Whitehead; Paul N. Stavrinou; Gareth Parry; Jacques Bellon; Martin J. N. Sibley; Vinod A. Lalithambika; Valencia M. Joyner; Rina J. Samsudin; Richard M. Atkinson; David M. Holburn; Robert J. Mears
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Design of a high-speed optical wireless LAN at long wavelengths
Author(s): Emmanuel B. Zyambo; Dominic C. O'Brien; Grahame E. Faulkner; David J. Edwards
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CMOS 155-Mb/s optical wireless transmitter for indoor networks
Author(s): David M. Holburn; Robert J. Mears; Rina J. Samsudin; Valencia M. Joyner; Vinod A. Lalithambika
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Development of a CMOS 310-Mb/s receiver for free-space optical wireless links
Author(s): Vinod A. Lalithambika; Valencia M. Joyner; David M. Holburn; Robert J. Mears
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Performance of dual header-pulse interval modulation (DH-PIM) for optical wireless communication systems
Author(s): Nawras M. Aldibbiat; Zabih F. Ghassemlooy; R. McLaughlin
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Bit-error-rate analysis for PIM-CDMA optical wireless communication systems
Author(s): Chun Kit See; Zabih F. Ghassemlooy; John M. Holding
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Wireless infrared indoor communications: how to combat the multipath distortion
Author(s): Svetla T. Jivkova; Mohsen Kavehrad
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Future all-electric transportation communication and recharging via wireless power beam
Author(s): Ronald J. Parise
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Wireless optics protection of fiber via SONET ring closure
Author(s): Ruth Ann Mullen; Ken T. Celmer; Michael Foster; Jimmie Wooten; Jared Miller; John C. Kean; Doug Carter; Michael Kefauver; Bhupendra Singh; Maha Achour; Heinz A. Willebrand
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