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by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California
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H. Ding, G. Chen, Z. Xu, and S. B. M., “Characteri zation and modeling of non-line-of-sight ultraviolet scattering communication channels,” in Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Communication on Systems Networks and Digital Signal Processing (IEEE, ), pp. – Performance analysis of short-range NLOS UV communication system using Monte Carlo simulation based on measured channel parameters Article (PDF Available) in Optics Express 20(21)
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Title: Non-Line-of-Sight Electro-Optic Laser Communications in the Middle Ultraviolet Descriptive Note: Master's thesis Corporate Author: NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CACited by: Non-line-of-sight electro-optic laser communications in the middle ultraviolet.
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File name:. A stochastic non-line-of-sight (NLOS) ultraviolet (UV) communication channel model is developed using a Monte Carlo simulation method based on photon tracing. The expected channel impulse response is obtained by computing photon arrival probabilities and associated propagation delay at the receiver.
This method captures the multiple scattering effects of UV signal propagation in the atmosphere, and. Junge D M Non-Line-of-Sight Electro-optic Laser Communications in the Middle Ultraviolet(Monterey: Naval Postgraduate School)  Penndorf R Tables of the refractive index for standard air and the Rayleigh scattering coefficient for the spectral region between and μ and their application to atmospheric optics J.
Opt. Soc. Am–Cited by: One is shown in Fig. 1(b) where the transmitter and the receiver are back to back in ultraviolet communication. This case of geometry belongs to non-common-scattering volume (or non-common volume). This case of geometry belongs to non-common-scattering volume (or non-common volume).Cited by: 4.
Non-line-of-sight electro-optic laser communications in the middle ultraviolet. By Dennis Michael Junge. distribution is unlimitedA Monte Carlo computer simulation was developed to model hypothesized electro-optic laser communication systems operating in the middle ultraviolet region of the spectrum called the solar blind.
By assuming Author: Dennis Michael Junge. Junge, “Non-line-of-sight electro-optic laser communications in the middle ultraviolet,” M.S. Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, December W. Ross and R. Kennedy, “An investigation of atmospheric optically scattered non-line-of-sight communication links,” Army Research Office Project Report, Research.
Recent advances in the design and manufacturing of ultraviolet (UV) devices, such as UV light-emitting diodes (LEDs), have produced much interest in the use of UV light for a wide range of application, including communications .The unique characteristics of the atmospheric propagation of deep-UV radiation (– nm) presents the novel opportunity of forming non-line-of-sight (NLOS Cited by: And, atmospheric scattering is very strong, enabling non-line-of-sight (NLOS) communications where the transmitter is not necessarily within the receiver field of view (FOV).
However, in addition to scattering, strong atmospheric absorption leads to significant signal attenuation and so limits achievable by: In this study, the long-distance non-line-of-sight (NLOS) ultraviolet (UV) communication channel is characterised using experimental data and theoretical modelling.
Experimental measurements of path loss and pulse broadening effects at distances of up to 4 km are reported and analysed, and comparisons between the field test data and a Monte Carlo multiple-scattering channel model provides Cited by: Space-Based Laser Communications Break Threshold.
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A Monte Carlo computer simulation was developed to model hypothesized electro-optic laser communication systems operating in the middle ultraviolet. 1. Introduction. Non-line-of-sight (NLOS) scattering communication is based on the optical scattering theory.
Compared with the traditional communication, it has a lot of advantages, such as the good secrecy, good anti-jamming ability as well as the ability of bypassing theLerner and Kennedy analyzed the characteristics of atmospheric optical scattering channel, which.
References 1. Harvey G L. A survey of ultraviolet communic tion systems. Technical Report. Washington, DC, USA: Naval Research Laboratory, 2. Junge D M. Non-line-of-sight e ectr -optic laser communications in the middle ultraviolet. MS Thesis. Monterey, CA, USA: Naval Postgraduate School, 3.
Sunstein D by: 3. Non-Line-of-Sight Electro-Optic Laser Master's Thesisi Communicati~ns in the Middle Ultraviolet December S. PERfPORtMiNG *OR. REPORT MUMMER Dennis Michael Junge 1 OTATO RN USRS in conjunction with William M.
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Non-Line-of-Sight Electro-Optic Laser Communications in the Middle Ultraviolet. An experimental test-bed using a narrow-pulsed ultraviolet (UV) laser and high-bandwidth photomultiplier tube was set up to characterize pulse broadening effects in short-range non-line-of-sight (NLOS) scattering communication channels.
The solar-blind ultraviolet (UV) spectrum has useful properties for wireless communication and sensing. Strong atmospheric scattering in the UV spectrum enables non-line-of-sight (NLOS) communication.
The authors present recent experimental and analytical results in NLOS UV channel modelling, including impulse response and path loss. The authors further study the NLOS Cited by:.
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