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Investigation of free space optical communication using spectrum slicing under different weather condition

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Free space optical communication (FSO) is growing technology with attractive features like high data rate, no license requirement, high security, and easy installation. But FSO is mainly affected due to the environmental conditions like atmospheric turbulence and many other interferences. Therefore, to improve this disadvantage techniques like spectrum slicing wavelength division multiplexing (SSWDM) were used. SSWDM is used to increase the system performance by providing high capacity and efficiency, it will also help to increase distance of transmission. In this paper, we have compared the performance of FSO with SSWDM and FSO without SSWDM to observe the results for different weather conditions. The results show that spectrum slicing wavelength division multiplexing gives better results for different climatic conditions which improves the system performance.

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Vasani, E., Shah, V. Investigation of free space optical communication using spectrum slicing under different weather condition. Opt Rev (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10043-022-00755-y

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