Development of an Efficient Indoor Optical System using Different Wavelet Transforms
For an effective communication system whether indoor or outdoor, the most important concern is minimum noise. In this paper, an efficient noise reduction technique is presented using various wavelet transform techniques for indoor optical wireless communication system (IOWC). In IOWC system, Fluorescent Light Interference (FLI) is main source of noise. Here, in this paper three methods are used to reduce the effect of noise from a digital signal. These are Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT), Stationary Wavelet transform (SWT) and Discrete Wavelet transform-Stationary Wavelet Transform (DWT-SWT). Through sub band coding in DWT the signal is decomposed into lower sub bands of high and low frequency respectively of unequal size; while in SWT the decomposed signal have sub bands of equal size. In DWT-SWT the high frequency components of both DWT and SWT are added. Using Pulse Position Modulation, the comparison between these three techniques is described here to enhance the overall performance of the IOWC system.
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