Simulation of Fso System Operation in Different Atmospheric Conditions

Izdanje: International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research

DOI: 10.15308/Sinteza-2020-193-198

Oblast: Software and Information Engineering

Stranice: 193-198

Apstrakt:
In this paper, using simulation in the software OptiSystem 7.4, the FSO (Free Space Optical) system operating at wavelengths of 850 nm, 1315 nm and 1550 nm was observed. The influence of different levels of atmospheric turbulence and link distance on the signal transmission quality was investigated. The Q factor and BER (Bit Error Rate) were used as a measure of quality. The changes of the Q factor depending on the observed system parameters are graphically shown. Eye diagrams and signal spectrum are also given. The analysis of the results shows how the quality of the received signal changes due to different atmospheric phenomena at certain distances from the transmitter.
Ključne reči: Free Space Optical - FSO, attenuation, atmospheric turbulence, Bit Error Rate - BER, Q factor.
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BibTeX format
@article{article,
  author  = {J. Todorović, B. Jakšić, P. Spalević, M. HamidAbdullah and A. Mohammed Salih}, 
  title   = { Simulation of Fso System Operation in Different Atmospheric Conditions},
  journal = {International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research},
  year    = 2020,
  pages   = {193-198},
  doi     = {10.15308/Sinteza-2020-193-198}
}
RefWorks Tagged format
RT Conference Proceedings
A1 Jelena Todorović
A1 Branimir Jakšić
A1 Petar Spalević
A1 Majid HamidAbdullah
A1 Ahmad Mohammed Salih
T1  Simulation of Fso System Operation in Different Atmospheric Conditions
AD Univerzitet Singidunum, Beograd, Beograd, Srbija
YR 2020
NO doi: 10.15308/Sinteza-2020-193-198
Unapred formatirani prikaz citata
J. Todorović, B. Jakšić, P. Spalević, M. HamidAbdullah and A. Mohammed Salih, Simulation of Fso System Operation in Different Atmospheric Conditions, Univerzitet Singidunum, Beograd, 2020, doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2020-193-198