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MIC-CNIT 2010, Amman
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IDAuthors and TitlePages
18.Cnf-10 Mr. Muamer Mohammed, Dr. Norrozila Sulaiman and Mr. Osama A. Muhsin, A Novel Intrusion Detection System by Using Intelligent Data Mining in Weka Environment1-4
18.Cnf-15 Prof. Khireddine Abdelkrim, Mr. Djamel Derardja and Mr. J. Salvestrini, Artificial Intelligence Applied for a Telecommunication Satellite5-9
18.Cnf-22 Mr. Jiri Libich and Prof. Stanislav Zvanovec, Thermal Influences of Buildings on Availability of Free Space Optical Links10-13
18.Cnf-24 Mr. Saifur R. Sabuj and Mr. Md S. Islam, Suppression of Intercarrier Interference Using Self-Cancellation Data Conjugate Scheme in MIMO-OFDM System14-18
18.Cnf-25 Mr. Saifur R. Sabuj, Mr. Zulfiker Mahmud and Mr. M. E. Mollah, Suppression ICI Self-Cancellation Technique in OFDM using ADS 19-22
18.Cnf-26 Mr. Majid Naghmash, Prof. Mohd F. Ain and Mr. Yin H. Chye, Low-Power Decimation Filter Design for SDR Receiver Applications23-27
18.Cnf-39 Dr. Cinzia Bernardeschi, Dr. Luca Cassano, Dr. Andrea Domenici and Dr. Paolo Masci, Analysis of FPGAs Using the SAN Formalism28-33
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Title Thermal Influences of Buildings on Availability of Free Space Optical Links
Authors Mr. Jiri Libich, Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
Prof. Stanislav Zvanovec, Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
Abstract Free space optical systems bring many advantages to modern wireless communication compared to classical radio-band systems. Nevertheless, their availability is contrary to fiber optics highly affected by atmosphere. The paper discusses influences of temperature gradients around buildings causing turbulent areas within atmosphere that lead to the spatial change of refraction index and consequently result in bending or widening of transmitted optical beams. Based on measured data, the influences of a nearby building on the free space optical link are discussed.
Track CCN: Communications and Computer Networks
Conference 4th International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT 2010), 3-5 December 2010, Amman, Jordan
Pages 10-13
Topics Wireless Access Techniques
Optical Communication Networks
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 179 Paper Views Rank 14/452
Paper Downloads 120 Paper Downloads Rank 22/452
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