Effect of Atmospheric Turbulences on BPSK

  • Bhardwaj P
  • Jain A
  • . M
  • et al.
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FSO (Free-Space Optical Communications) is a type of optical communication that is transmitted over an open space. The irradiance fluctuation in a clear atmosphere is caused by Temperature variations in the atmosphere are minor but erratic. As a result, the Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) is reduced, and performance is reduced. BPSK has the best performance when scintillation is not considered. Thus, BPSK is investigated in this work under the impact of air turbulence and meteorological variables. The comparison of BPSK modulation scheme is done by simulating turbulence in Log Normal and Negative Exponential Channel.




Bhardwaj, P., Jain, A., . M., Kamal, R., & Chittlangia, R. (2021). Effect of Atmospheric Turbulences on BPSK. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 10(5), 353–357. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.e2796.0610521

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