Baseline Wander Effects on Systems Employing Digital Pulse Interval Modulation

@inproceedings{Hayes2003BaselineWE,
  title={Baseline Wander Effects on Systems Employing Digital Pulse Interval Modulation},
  author={A. R. Hayes and Zabih Ghassemlooy and N. Luke Seed and R. McLaughlin},
  year={2003}
}
Fluorescent lamps introduce a periodic interference signal in optical wireless receivers, which has the potential to severely degrade link performance. Usually, electrical high-pass filtering is employed to mitigate the effects of this interference, but this results in baseline wander or intersymbol interference. Digital pulse interval modulation (DPIM) is a modulation technique which has been shown to be suitable for deployment in optical wireless communication systems and this paper examines… CONTINUE READING
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