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Simultaneous Optical Wireless Up-Down Link Using Optical Spin Generation
Submission Deadline: Dec. 30, 2014
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Montree Bunruangses
Computer Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand
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Design the new simultaneous optical wireless up-down link by using optical spin. The spin is orthogonal sets and manipulated by using the orthogonal soliton pair within a PANDA ring resonator known as a dark-bright soliton conversion pulses. In this manipulation, the electromagnetic radiations were generated by using the orthogonal soliton pulses. Soliton is a light pulse which will be detected at the couple output ports (through or drop ports), where finally the energy conversion between soliton (light) and photon (particle) can be observed by using the optical detector via the output ports. Hence, the spin axis of photon is always parallel to its direction of motion. Many orthogonal sets are available, in which the spin conservation of many particles is maintained for optical wireless communication. The spin up signal design for uplink to receive message from receiver node, the spin down signal design for downlink to send message to receiver node simultaneously.
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