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Volume 309, 20202019 International Conference on Computer Science Communication and Network Security (CSCNS2019)
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|Published online||04 March 2020|
Application of communication systems via the ultraviolet channel in FANET networks
1 Belgorod National Research University, 85 Pobedy St., 308015 Belgorod, Russia
2 Vladimir State University, 87 Gorky St., 600000, Vladimir, Russia
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The possibility of providing communication in difficult conditions on the basis of Flying Ad Hoc Networks (FANET) requires the use of non-electronic means of communication. It is proposed to use optical communication in the UV-C range in the absence of line-of-sight between the nodes of the FANET network. The general scheme of the optical transmitter and receiver of UV-C range is considered and the review of the components required for its implementation, taking into account the application possibility in highly mobile small-sized UAVs, is carried out. As a result of the analysis of FANET networks with UV-C channel, physical and channel level parameters critical for network performance are revealed. Methods of adaptive change of these parameters in the practical implementation of the UV-C communication system in FANET networks are proposed.
Key words: Unmanned aerial vehicle / UAV / Flying ad-hoc network / FANET / Physical layer / Ultraviolet communication / UV-C / NLOS / DPIM modulation
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