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Investigation of turbulence effect on the free space optical link for ground-to-train communications

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5 Author(s)
Paudel, R. ; NCRLab, Northumbria Univ., Newcastle upon Tyne, UK ; Ghassemlooy, Z. ; Le Minh, H. ; Rajbhandari, S.
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There is a growing demand for high mobility and ultrafast internet/data services which drives the motivation for free space optical (FSO) communications for high speed trains. Here we present an FSO link for the ground-to-train communications, which consists of optical transceivers positioned alongside the track and on the roof of the train. When the train moves at a high speed, the airwave induced turbulence degrades the FSO link performance. In this paper the effect of turbulence is experimentally investigated and compared with the case of no turbulence.

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Telecommunications (ConTEL), Proceedings of the 2011 11th International Conference on

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15-17 June 2011

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