Yazan A. Alqudah

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Optical (infrared) wireless communications links offer an attractive solution for indoor applications. To enable terminal mobility and reduce temporal dispersion, we use a configuration known as Multi-Spot-Diffusing (MSD), which is a Multi-Input, Multi-Output (MIMO) architecture. In this configuration, a transmitter generates multiple narrow beams that get(More)
—Performance of a diffuse optical link may potentially be degraded by temporal dispersions resulting from surface reflections. In order to devise techniques to alleviate the adverse effect of dispersion, an accurate channel model is needed. Obtaining the impulse response (IR) for a given receiver location requires not only consideration of direct path, but(More)
—Angle diversity is an effective technique to compensate for multipath temporal dispersion in a wireless infrared environment. Diversity is accomplished by using a multibranch receiver capable of resolving multipath. The goal of this paper is to illustrate the effect that the increasing diversity order of a receiver has on the performance of a link in a(More)
Traditionally, diffused infrared configuration has been studied with the assumption that the illuminated region is placed at room ceiling. This is done to ensure minimum path loss to a maximum number of receiver locations. In many practical situations, this arrangement might be difficult to implement, either due to the ceiling structure or the difficulty in(More)