Date Added: Mar 2011
In this paper, the authors consider an Optical Code Division Multiple Access (OCDMA) indoor wireless communication system using spectral encoding and evaluate its performances in cases of classical OCDMA, dynamic OCDMA and OCDMA with deconvolution. They present an analysis of the receiver movement influence on the indoor wireless communications system performances. As the receiver moves increasingly away from transmitter the amount of power received in that place will be getting smaller and system performances are affected. Knowledge of the impulse response in different positions in the room allows calculation of the amount by which power is lower at that point.