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SOFTWARE DESIGN OF SMD LEDS FOR HOMOGENEOUS DISTRIBUTION OF IRRADIATION IN THE MODEL OF DARK ROOM.

Title :
SOFTWARE DESIGN OF SMD LEDS FOR HOMOGENEOUS DISTRIBUTION OF IRRADIATION IN THE MODEL OF DARK ROOM.
Authors :
LINER, Andrej
PAPES, Martin
JAROS, Jakub
PERECAR, Frantisek
HAJEK, Lukas
LATAL, Jan
KOUDELKA, Petr
VASINEK, Vladimir
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Subject Terms :
SWITCHED multi-megabit data service
WIRELESS communications
OPTICAL fiber networks
VISIBLE spectra
IRRADIATION
LIGHT emitting diodes
COMPUTER software
Source :
Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering; 2014 Special Issue, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p622-630, 9p
Academic Journal
This article describes wireless optical data networks using visible spectra of optical radiation with a focus on interior areas with direct line of sight LOS (line-of-sight). This type of network represents progressively evolving area of information technologies. Development of lighting technologies based on white power LED was the impulse for wireless optical data networks based on visible spectra of optical radiation development. Its basic advantage is the flexibility of users. Users do not have to stay on one place during the data sharing anymore. Wireless optical data networks represent an alternative solution for metallic and fiber networks [1], [2]. This paper deals with the software simulation of homogeneous distribution of optical irradiation in dark room model, carrying out in LightTools software. First, in previous simulations, the optical source composed from 9 SMD LED's type LW G6SP-EAFA-JKQL-1 was designed. In various simulations, various numbers and distributions of LED's were used. These were placed at the ceiling of a dark room. At last, the results of optical irradiation homogeneity are compared. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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