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Sir I have a few questions. 1) In indoor OWC, how can I model optical channel for line-of-sight(LOS) links and diffuse links separately? In FSO channel component what should be the settings or criteria for differentiating the two links?
2) What about modelling a dynamic system? If I want to design an indoor system where the distance between the Tx and Rx is not fixed and can vary randomly, can it be designed using optisystem?

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      Faria rahman
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      Sir I have a few questions. 1) In indoor OWC, how can I model optical channel for line-of-sight(LOS) links and diffuse links separately? In FSO channel component what should be the settings or criteria for differentiating the two links?
      2) What about modelling a dynamic system? If I want to design an indoor system where the distance between the Tx and Rx is not fixed and can vary randomly, can it be designed using optisystem?

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      Ahmad Atieh
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      Dear Faria,
      1) There is a separate component in OptiSystem called LOS Channel, which can be used for the LOS case, while you may use the LiFi Channel components for diffused channel.
      2) You may use the swept feature in OptiSystem where you can change the range in step in different ways (Spread Tools) set in the component Sweep Parameters popup window.
      You need to make sure that the system still works for any range you designed it to operate over it.
      Question: What controls the range in your design? is it a moving object?

      Regards,
      Ahmad

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