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Underground Channel Model for Visible Light Wireless Communication based on Neural Networks

An accurate channel model is both essential and challenging when designing a re-liable wireless Visible Light Communication (VLC) system. Modeling the channel in a restricted and harsh environment such as an underground mine, is even more difficult. The objective in our work is to investigate a suitable design of a VLC link for an underground environment, while providing a reliable connectivity between the optical transmitter and optical receiver. In this paper, we present an experimental study that aims to determine a general model of an underground mine channel. Based on a mathematical model and neural networks (NNs) principles we establish the key characteristics of a reliable wireless visible light communication in underground mine taking into account the special environment.

Simona Riurean
University of Petrosani
Romania

Olimpiu Stoicuta
University of Petrosani
Romania

Monica Leba
University of Petrosani
Romania

Andreea Ionica
University of Petrosani
Romania

Álvaro Rocha
University of Coimbra
Portugal

 


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