This article is focused on the atmospheric turbulences and their effect on optical beam. The Free Space Optics link with atmospheric turbulences was created in software OptiSystem. The results given by software are compared with Andrews's method. Free Space Optics link worked at wavelengths 850 nm and 1550 nm.
This article deals with the design of construction of new type of transmitter for indoor Free Space Optic (FSO) networks. This transmitter will be able to provide the lighting and communication at the same time. Thanks to special solution in spectral characteristic of transmitted light it is necessary to use two LED diodes radiation sources. The light beams… (More)
This article deals with few described loss which can appear in Free Space Optic (FSO) link. It is a misalignment loss which comes on by inaccurate installation of FSO heads. A calculation of this loss is based on power budget. The calculation of misalignment loss was done for professional FSO link which is installed in campus of VSB-Technical University of… (More)
Free Space Optics (FSO) is a data transmission technology using an optical beam going through the atmosphere. This communication technology has several indisputable advantages but also disadvantages. The one of the disadvantages are the thermal turbulences. This paper deals with the artificial thermal turbulences which affect the optical beam going from the… (More)
In this paper, basic information about use of the RGBY (Red Green Blue Yellow) model for mobile visible light communication systems is presented. This document contains information about differences between the traditional RGB model and the RGBY model with respect to the area coverage and white light creation, since the adding of the yellow significantly… (More)