Handbook of Optical Through the Air Communications
by David A. Johnson
Publisher: Imagineering E-Zine 2008
Number of pages: 68
This handbook is an introduction to the basic concepts of optical communications for experimenters, engineers, and scientists. It discusses some of the physics of light and how light can be manipulated, modulated and transmitted to send information. It provides details of the components used in light transmitters and receivers, describes some signal processing techniques, and gives detailed information on building a long range optical transceiver.
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