The Necessity of a Multi-disciplinary Approach to Optical Wireless!
Due to the increasing scarcity of RF spectrum and growing interference due to multiple users, deploying next generation high-speed wireless networks is becoming increasingly difficult. The use of unlicensed optical bands for wireless communications has been heralded as an exciting development for future broadband access for indoor, over long distances terrestrially, underwater and for space communication links.
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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
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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Klaas vd Zwaag, Lidiamara vd Zwaag, Teodiano Bastos, Helder Rocha, Francisco Santos, Marcelo Segatto, Jair Silva, LabTel, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Vitória , 29075-910, Brazil, 2SOLVE Engenharia e Tecnologia, Vitória , 29066-370, Brazil firstname.lastname@example.org
Continue reading “Impact of the Signal Bandwidth in an OOK-based VLC System: Evaluation in Intensive Care Applications”