A multichannel short range bidirectional infrared link with code division multiple access (CDMA)
Krzysztof Holejko , Jerzy Siuzdak , R Nowak , Adrian Marzecki
AbstractIn this paper, we present an infrared transmission system meant for indoor applications. It is based on CDMA technology and therefore it is highly resistant to environmental interference such as fluorescent light. A very simple synchronization scheme is employed based on a slight detuning of quartz oscillators in the terminals and central station. The following issues are discussed: principle of operation, link configuration, code selection, synchronization, and range of operation. Measurement results are also presented
|Journal series||IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, ISSN 0098-3063|
|Keywords in English||bit rate, CDMA, central station, code division multiple access, code selection, communication networks, detuning, environmental interference, Fluorescence, fluorescent light, indoor communication, interference, interference suppression, link configuration, Multiaccess communication, multichannel short range bidirectional infrared link, Optical attenuators, optical communication, optical links, optical receivers, optical transmitters, oscillators, quartz oscillators, range, synchronisation, synchronization scheme, terminals, wireless communication|
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|Citation count*||5 (2018-01-21)|
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