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Conventional hybrid RF and optical wireless communication systems make use of parallel Free Space Optical (FSO) and Radio Frequency (RF) channels to achieve higher reliability than individual channels. True hybridization can be accomplished when both channels collaboratively compensate the shortcomings of each other and thereby improve the performance of the system as a whole. In this paper, the authors propose a novel coding paradigm called "Hybrid Channel Coding" that not only optimally achieves the capacity of the combined FSO and RF channels but also can potentially provide carrier grade reliability (99.999%) for hybrid FSO/RF systems.
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