Bit Error Rate Performance in CDMA Free Space Optical Links with SIK Receiver under Fog Conditions

  • A K M Nazrul Islam Department of Electrical Electronic and Communication Engineering, Military Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh
  • Satya Prasad Majumder Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh
Keywords: OCDMA, Double gamma function, BER, Multiple Access Interference (MAI), Sequence Inverse Keying (SIK)

Abstract

This article presents a novel analytical method for evaluating fog's impact on Bit Error Rate (BER) in an Optical Code Division Multiple Access (OCDMA) Free Space Optical (FSO) connection. The investigation employs an optical encoder and direct detection receiver employing a balanced photo detector with Sequence Inverse Keying (SIK) to explore fog effects. By scrutinizing multi-access interference (MAI) current and signal current values at the SIK receiver's output under varied fog conditions, we deduce BER expressions for diverse scenarios. These encompass different fog thickness levels, code lengths, simultaneous users, and system parameters. The results reveal substantial OCDMA degradation due to fog thickness and users. Also, the system incurs a marked power penalty at a specific BER, especially with higher fog and user density. However, we identify a potential solution: increasing code length, effectively mitigating fog-induced performance decline.

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Published
2023-12-28
How to Cite
Islam, A. K. M. N., & Majumder, S. P. (2023). Bit Error Rate Performance in CDMA Free Space Optical Links with SIK Receiver under Fog Conditions. MIST INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 11(2), 81-86. https://doi.org/10.47981/j.mijst.11(02)2023.409(81-86)
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