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SPIE 5847, Noise in Communication Systems, pg 1 (23 May 2005); doi: 1. 117/12. Read Abstract +. In optical communications the transportable bandwidth has exceeded Tbps per fiber, as a result of a dense grid of optical channels in the fiber, known as dense wavelength division multiplexing and which does not come without a price.

Noise in Communication. Article in Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering · May 2004 with 7 Reads. Cite this publication. University of Adelaide.

Channels, Proceedings of SPIE Noise in Communication Systems, C. N. Georgiades and . Also, invited paper at SPIE Fluctuation and Noise Symposium, May 24–26, 2005, Austin, T. oogle Scholar.

Kartalopoulos, Real-Time Estimation of BER and SNR in Optical Communications Channels, Proceedings of SPIE Noise in Communication Systems, C. White, ed. vol. 5847, 2005, pp. 1–9.

Noise in communication systems 24-26 May, 2005, Austin, Texas, USA, Costas N. White, 2005, Technology & Engineering, 200 pages. Student-involved Assessment for Learning, Richard J. Stiggins, 2005, Education, 373 pages.

Semantic noise interferes with communication. Semantic noise is interference created when the speaker and listener have different meaning systems. Maybe when I use a word, you have a slightly different meaning in mind. This can cause confusion. Jargon can be semantic noise. Jargon is a fantastic linguistic shortcut. If everyone listening agrees and understands the terminology, then jargon makes communication quicker and clearer. However, if listeners have different definitions of the terminology, then jargon becomes noise.

Communication theory information theory wireless communications optical communications. Iterative maximum-likelihood sequence estimation for space-time coded systems. Y Li, CN Georghiades, G Huang. Articles Cited by Co-authors. IEEE Transactions on Communications 49 (6), 948-951, 2001.

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Mahendra P. Advani, Costas N. We investigate frame synchronization algorithms for direct detection multi-pulse pulse position modulation (MPPM) optical communication systems. Jointly optimal receivers that make decisions in the absence of symbol synchronization are derived and analyzed for a pulse-position modulation, optical direct-detection channel. Both receivers tha. More). The optimal rules (in a maximum likelihood sense) ar.

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