Wireless Optical Communications by Olivier Bouchet

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Contents of Wireless Optical Communications

  • Chapter 1. Light
  • Chapter 2. History of Optical Telecommunications
  • Some definitions
  • Communicate
  • Telecommunication
  • Optical telecommunication
  • Radio frequency or Hertzian waves
  • The prehistory of telecommunications
  • The optical aerial telegraph
  • The code
  • The optical telegraph
  • The heliograph or solar telegraph
  • The night and day optical telegraph
  • Alexander Graham Bell’s photophone
  • Chapter 3. The Contemporary and the Everyday Life of Wireless
  • Optical Communication
  • Basic principles
  • Operating principle
  • Block diagram
  • The optical propagation
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  • Line of sight propagation – LOS
  • Wide line of sight – WLOS
  • Diffusion propagation (DIF) and controlled diffusion
  • Elements of electromagnetics
  • Maxwell’s equations in an unspecified medium
  • Propagation of electromagnetic waves in an
  • isotropic medium
  • Energy associated to a wave
  • Propagation of a wave in a non-homogeneous medium
  • Coherent and incoherent waves
  • Relations between electromagnetism and
  • geometrical optics
  • The electromagnetic spectrum
  • Units and scales
  • Examples of sources in the visible and near visible light
  • Conclusion
  • Models for data exchange
  • The OSI model
  • The DoD model
  • Wireless optical communication
  • Outdoor wireless optical communication
  • Earth-satellite wireless optical communication
  • Intersatellite wireless optical communication
  • Free-space optic
  • Indoor wireless optical communication
  • The remote controller
  • The visible light communication
  • The IrDA solutions
  • The indoor wireless optical network (WON)
  • The institutional and technical ecosystem
  • Chapter 4. Propagation Model
  • Introduction
  • Baseband equivalent model
  • Radio propagation model
  • Model of free-space optical propagation
  • The signal-to-noise ratio
  • Diffuse propagation link budget in a confined environment
  • Intersymbol interference
  • Reflection models
  • Specular reflection
  • Diffuse reflection
  • Lambert’s model
  • Phong’s model
  • Modeling
  • Chapter 5. Propagation in the Atmosphere
  • Introduction
  • The atmosphere
  • The atmospheric gaseous composition
  • Aerosols
  • The propagation of light in the atmosphere
  • Molecular absorption
  • Molecular scattering
  • Aerosol absorption
  • Aerosol scattering
  • Models
  • Kruse and Kim models
  • Bataille’s model
  • Molecular extinction
  • Aerosol extinction
  • Al Naboulsi’s model
  • Rain attenuation
  • Snow attenuation
  • Scintillation
  • Experimental set-up
  • Experimental results
  • Comparaison with Kruse and Kim model ( nm)
  • Comparaison with Al Naboulsi’s model
  • Fog, haze, and mist
  • The runway visual range (RVR)
  • The visibility
  • Measuring instruments
  • The transmissometer
  • The scatterometer
  • Calculating process of an FSO link availability
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter 6. Indoor Optic Link Budget
  • Emission and reception parameters
  • Transmission device: parameters
  • Reception device
  • Link budget for line of sight communication
  • Geometrical attenuation
  • Optical margin
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  • Coverage
  • Reciprocity and not reciprocity of the channel
  • Link budget for communication with retroreflectors
  • Principle of operation
  • Optical budget
  • Examples of optical budget and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
  • Examples of optical budget
  • Examples of SNR and BER
  • Chapter 7. Immunity, Safety, Energy and Legislation
  • Immunity
  • International references
  • Type of laser classes
  • Method for calculation
  • The confidentiality of communication
  • Physical confidentiality
  • Numerical solution
  • Cryptography
  • Public and secret key cryptography
  • Quantum cryptography
  • Quantum telecommunications in free space
  • Non-encrypted connections in confined space
  • Energy
  • Legislation
  • Organization of regulation activities
  • Regulation of wireless optical equipment
  • Chapter 8. Optics and Optronics
  • Overview
  • Optronics: transmitters and receivers
  • Overviews on materials and structures
  • Light sources
  • Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and spontaneous emission
  • White LEDs or visible light communication (VLC) LED
  • The semiconductor laser structure
  • Synthesis
  • Optronics receivers
  • Photovoltaic cells
  • PIN photodiode
  • Avalanche photodiode
  • Metal–semiconductor–metal (MSM) structure
  • Optics
  • Transmitter optical device
  • Receiver optical device
  • Optical filtering
  • Spatial filter or diaphragm
  • Wavelength filters or attenuators
  • Summary
  • Chapter 9. Data Processing
  • Introduction
  • Modulation
  • On-off keying (OOK) modulation
  • The pulse position modulation
  • The orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM)
  • The diversity: MIMO
  • Summary
  • The coding
  • Principle and definitions
  • Principle
  • Definitions
  • Example of coding
  • Basic codes
  • Block codes
  • Convolutional codes
  • Summary
  • Chapter 10. Data Transmission
  • Introduction
  • Definition
  • The access methods
  • Time division multiple access
  • Frequency division multiple access
  • Code division multiple access
  • Carrier sense multiple access
  • Wavelength division multiple access
  • Space division multiple access
  • Quality of service parameters
  • Point-to-point link
  • The remote control
  • Infrared Data Association
  • Visible light communication consortium
  • Point-to-multipoint data link
  • IEEE IR
  • x Wireless Optical Communications
  • ICSA – STB (IEEE – Ethernet)
  • IEEE
  • IEEE
  • Optical wireless media access control
  • Summary
  • Chapter 11. Installation and System Engineering
  • Free-space optic system engineering and installation
  • Principle of operation
  • Characteristics
  • Principal parameters
  • Secondary parameters
  • Examples of FSO systems
  • Implementation recommendations
  • Optic link budget
  • Geometrical attenuation concept
  • Link margin concept
  • FSO link availability
  • Characteristics
  • Results
  • Summary
  • Wireless optical system installation engineering in limited space
  • Habitat structure
  • Statistical analysis and coverage area
  • Optical link budget
  • Optimization of indoor wireless optical system

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