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PHYSICS OF FREE SPACE OPTICAL AND RF HYBRID WIRELESS


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Prepared by:-

Amit Talreja, Gyan Ganga College of Technology, Jabalpur (M.P.)

Amrita Chakraborty, Gyan Ganga College of Technology, Jabalpur (M.P.)

Meghna Jain, Gyan Ganga College of Technology, Jabalpur (M.P.)

Here we will introduce you to a hybrid free space optical and Radio
Frequency wireless links as a means of broadband access in metropolitan
cities. FSOT has several key features such as speed without significant
capital investment. A big spectrum which stands on affordable infrastructure
equipments which bring more services to the customers. A part from these
comforts various design challenges and potentials solution for real time link
performance.

This paper also introduces you to hybrid wireless architecture of FSO with RF
that will check the availability of the service in adverse weather conditions.
Secondly we propose a link monitoring scheme that accurately re-effects the
performance of optical wireless links under various weather condition.

Also we will discuss various major sub-systems that will constitute a FSO
system:

• Link equipment

• Availability

• Max theoretical Range

• Bit error rate and range

• 1550nm Vs 785 nm

Transmission in FSO will be done using the visible light spectrum. Modulation
of light would be done by shifting from one color of the spectrum to other will
also be discussed.
Third we will discuss link restoration technique that efficiently utilizes the
hybrid architecture of dynamic load switching and multi routing.

Finally results are studied due to various conditions and thus


confirming on that basis.