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Title: Analysis of M-QAM Modulated Underwater Wireless Optical Communication System for Reconfigurable UOWSNs Employed in River Meets Ocean Scenario
Authors: Uppalapati A.
Naik R.P.
Krishnan P.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology , Vol. 69 , 12 , p. 15244 - 15252
Abstract: In this paper, the bit error rate (BER) performance of underwater wireless optical communication system employing with M-ary quadrature amplitude modulation is proposed for underwater optical wireless sensor networks (UOWSN) in river meets ocean scenario. The underwater channel degradation effects such as absorption, scattering and oceanic turbulence is taken into account. The oceanic turbulence is modelled by the Gamma-Gamma distribution. The first time, we proposed re-configurable UOWSN for the real time scenario of the river meets the ocean and derived the novel closed form analytical BER expressions of the proposed system over Gamma-Gamma turbulence with attenuation effects. The impact of oceanic turbulence parameters such as the variations of temperature, kinetic energy, viscosity, salinity, link range and the water type of system performance is investigated for river water, mixed water (river and ocean water) and ocean water. The proposed system and the related analysis will be highly useful in UOWSN and the Internet of underwater thing (IoUT) applications. © 1967-2012 IEEE.
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