Self Adaptive Programmable Optical Processor for FSO turbulence mitigation

In a Free Space Optics (FSO) link, there are several phenomena that can affect and degrade the performance of the channel. Among them, atmospheric turbulence plays a relevant role and today is the main obstacle in the implementation of high bitrates reliable FSO communication systems. The effect of turbulence on optical beams can be described as a random phase and amplitude modulation which results in a beam profile affected by scintillation.

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Prof. Dr Ir. Niek Doelman, Professor at Leiden University and Senior scientist at TNO Industry is member of the Scientific Committee

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Niek Doelman is a professor at the Leiden University with a research chair on the ‘Control of Optical Wavefields’ at the Leiden Observatory. He is also a senior scientist at TNO Industry/Space with a main focus on Free-space Optical Communication.

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Interference handling for LiFi

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Dries van Wageningen, Xavier Chatel, Marcos Martinez Vázquez, Antonio Salas Moreno
Signify, High Tech Campus 7, Eindhoven, 5656AE, Netherlands
Maxlinear, Ronda Narcis Monturiol 11D, Valencia, 46980, Spain
dries.van.wageningen@signify.com

Topic Medium range: Indoor IR and visible light communications (VLC) for wireless local area networks (WLANs) and inter-vehicular and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications.

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