Underwater Wireless Optical Communication Channel Modeling and Performance Evaluation using Vector Radiative Transfer Theory

@article{Jaruwatanadilok2008UnderwaterWO,
  title={Underwater Wireless Optical Communication Channel Modeling and Performance Evaluation using Vector Radiative Transfer Theory},
  author={Sermsak Jaruwatanadilok},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2008},
  volume={26}
}
This paper presents the modeling of an underwater wireless optical communication channel using the vector radiative transfer theory. The vector radiative transfer equation captures the multiple scattering nature of natural water, and also includes the polarization behavior of light. Light propagation in an underwater environment encounters scattering effect creating dispersion which introduces inter-symbol-interference to the data communication. The attenuation effect further reduces the signal… CONTINUE READING

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