Ali Reza Heidarpour

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Strong molecular and aerosol scattering in ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths enable the non-line-of-sight (NLOS) outdoor wireless connectivity which is attractive in many applications due to covertness and security. In the current literature, atmospheric turbulence effects are typically ignored under the assumption of short link distances and clear weather(More)
Ultraviolet (UV) communication enables non-line-of-sight (NLOS) outdoor wireless connectivity and is particularly desirable for relaxing or eliminating pointing and tracking requirements of infrared links. In the current literature, atmospheric turbulence effects are typically ignored under the assumption of short link distances. In this paper, we consider(More)
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