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Principles of Lightwave Communications
Light Propagation in Optical Fibres Optical Waveguides Dispersion and Attenuation in Optical Waveguides Optical Detection Theory Optical Receivers Heterodyne Systems Modes in Cylindrical WaveguidesExpand
Fault and attack management in all-optical networks
This article presents an algorithm for multiple attack localization and identification that can participate in some tasks for fault management of all-optical networks, with particular emphasis on complications that arise due to the unique characteristics and peculiar behaviors of transparent network components. Expand
Underwater optical wireless communications: depth dependent variations in attenuation.
By combining this with satellite surface-chlorophyll data, it is possible to quantify the attenuation between any two locations in the ocean, with applications for low-noise or secure underwater communications and vertical links from the ocean surface. Expand
Recent advances in underwater optical wireless communications
Abstract Optical wireless communications (OWC) are being consid-ered for use under water because sea water exhibits a win-dow of reduced absorption in the visible spectrum, particularly betweenExpand
Distance Estimation Schemes for Diffusion Based Molecular Communication Systems
Two distance estimation schemes are proposed based upon the RN-sensed concentration which changes with regards to the time and distance, and show that both schemes will provide a beneficial enhancement to molecular communication systems. Expand
The Effect of Two Receivers on Broadcast Molecular Communication Systems
This paper shows to what extent an interfering receiver will have an impact on the target receiver, with respect to Bit Error Rate (BER) and capacity, with approximations of the Binomial distribution applied to reduce the complexity of calculations. Expand
A Genetic Algorithm Method for Optical Wireless Channel Control
A genetic algorithm controlled multispot transmitter is proposed as an alternative approach to optimizing the power distribution for single element receivers in fully diffuse mobile indoor opticalExpand
Channel selection and classification of electroencephalogram signals: An artificial neural network and genetic algorithm-based approach
It is demonstrated that GNMM is able to perform effective channel selections/reductions, which not only reduces the difficulty of data collection, but also greatly improves the generalization of the classifier. Expand
Forward error correction for molecular communications
This paper considers the use of a error correcting codes as a method of enhancing the performance of future nanonetworks and shows that these simple error correction codes can deliver a benefit for transmission distances of upwards of 25 m for receivers of a 5 m radius. Expand
Comparison of Channel Coding Schemes for Molecular Communications Systems
Euclidean geometry low density parity check (EG-LDPC) and cyclic Reed-Muller (C-RM) codes are considered for use within a molecular communication system for the first time and it is shown that when considering the case of nano-to nano-machines communication, a Hamming code with m = 4, is better for a system operating between 10-6 and 10-3 bit error rate (BER) levels. Expand