Challenges In Outdoor and Indoor Optical Wireless Communications

@inproceedings{Qazi2006ChallengesIO,
  title={Challenges In Outdoor and Indoor Optical Wireless Communications},
  author={Salahuddin Qazi},
  booktitle={ICWN},
  year={2006}
}
Optical wireless communications in the outdoor is capable of providing a broadband last mile access, and in the indoor environment it can be used to provide flexible interconnection through wireless distributed data communication systems to connect PCs, digital assistants, laptops, printers, digital cameras in offices, shopping areas, warehouses and manufacturing floors. Optical wireless communications, however, faces many challenges in its implementation because of high loss in the outdoor… CONTINUE READING

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