Reducing the Effects of Artificial Light Interference in Wireless Infrared Transmission Systems

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  title={Reducing the Effects of Artificial Light Interference in Wireless Infrared Transmission Systems},
  author={Adriano J. C. Moreira and Rui Valadas and A. M. de Oliveira Duarte},
  year={2000}
}
The performance of wireless infrared transmission systems for indoor use is severely impaired by the noise and interference induced by natural and artificial ambient light. In order to combat the effects of ambient light on the system performance, both optical filtering and electrical filtering is usually adopted. However, even when resorting to these techniques, the optical power penalty imposed by the interference may be very large. In particular, the interference produced by fluorescent… CONTINUE READING
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