J. A. Martin-Gonzalez

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We propose a novel family of optical codes to be used in intra-satellite optical wireless networks. They are algorithm optical codes (ADCs). This family is related with the recently introduced family random optical codes (ROCs). Both families of codes are designed to be used in optical code-division multiple-access (OCDMA) systems. Similarly than their(More)
A novel method to be used in OCDMA systems is exhaustively described in this paper. It uses algorithmic optical codes (AOCs). They are based on the signature sequence idea. However patterns are constantly changing. A common seed for pseudo-random sequence is the signature element. In this paper a derivation of the probability of error due to the(More)
An infrared optical wireless system is presented, consisting on autonomous remote nodes communicating with a central node. The network is designed for telecommand/telemetry purposes, comprising a large number of nodes at a low data rate. Simultaneous access is granted by using CDMA techniques, and an appropriate selection of the code family can also keep(More)
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