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Performance Analysis of Mid-Far Infrared Wave in Satellite-Ground Link

  • Meng JingEmail author
  • Li Shuai
  • Lin Qingqing
  • Liu Shuai
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 517)

Abstract

Based on the basic theory of laser communication in the atmosphere, the effects of wavelengths, transmission distance, and visibility on communication link are studied; considering the restriction parameters in the satellite-ground communication link, the outage probability, fade statistic, intensity fluctuation and bit error rate of OOK/BPSK modulation are derived; the link budget is discussed; the results show that mid-far infrared wave has better transmission performance in atrocious atmosphere compared with the near-infrared wave, which could become an optimization choice in satellite-ground downlinks.

Keywords

Communication in satellite-ground link Mid-far infrared wave Link performance BER 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Qian Xuesen Laboratory of Space TechnologyBeijingChina

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