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Development of coding systems for optoelectronic atmospheric channels (OAC) and fiber-optic communication lines (FOCL)
V.L. Zubachenko1, V.P. Dmitriev1, P.A. Bobovich1, I.V. Korshunov

1Center for Information Technologies in Design
(Central Institute of Standard Designing, the Russian Academy of Sciences), Odintsovo, Moscow Region

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The paper reviews OAC coding system on the basis of the analysis of the peculiarities of OAC subsystems operation. The peculiarities of the design of the OAC encoder and decoder by minimizing the functions of the encoder and decoder are shown.

Optoelectronic Atmospheric Channel, Fiber-Optic Communication Line, coding system, encoder, decoder.

Zubachenko VL, Dmitriev VP, Bobovich PA, Korshunov IV. Development of Coding Systems for Optoelectronic Atmospheric Channels (OAC) and Fiber-Optic Communication Lines (FOCL). Computer Optics 2006; 30: 80-91.


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