Chapter 8 Ultraviolet Scattering Communication Channels

@inproceedings{Mori2016Chapter8U,
  title={Chapter 8 Ultraviolet Scattering Communication Channels},
  author={Saverio Mori and Frank S. Marzano},
  year={2016}
}
Tropospheric molecular and particle scattering in ultraviolet (UV) scattering wavelengths enable non-line-of-sight (NLOS) communication which brings robustness to blockage or shadowing. NLOS communication is particularly desirable to relax or eliminate pointing, acquisition and tracking requirements. NLOS-UV links can be used as an alternative to outdoor infrared or visible light links or in combination with existing optical or radiofrequency wireless links. Analytical, experimental and… CONTINUE READING

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