Optical Communications

Optical communication is a system of communication in which data can be transmitted in the form of unguided visible, infrared (IR), or ultraviolet (UV) light. It can be completed visually or by using electronic devices. It uses a transmitter: which encrypts a message into an optical signal, a channel: which carries the signal to its endpoint and a receiver: which reproduces the message from the established optical signal. It can be feasibly used in a wide range of applications including wireless local area networks, wireless personal area networks, underwater communications, free-space optical communications, inter-satellite links, satellite constellations and vehicular networks among others.

  • Optical Signal Communication
  • Design Management and Optical Networks
  • Novel Optical Networks Elements
  • Optical Fibre Manufacturers and Business Analysis
  • Advances in Optical Fibre Communications
  • Optical Wireless Communications
  • Optical Telecommunication

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