OCDMA tecniques using Random Optical Codes in telemetry and control networks within closed environments
On 5th of July took place the PhD Thesis Defense of Enrique Poves: "OCDMA tecniques using Random Optical Codes in telemetry and control networks within closed environments" at CeDInt's Auditorium.
The Thesis has been co-directed by Francisco J. López and Asunción Santamaría. The Thesis Committee was composed by
- D. Miguel Á. Muriel Fernández (UPM) (President)
- D. Rafael Pérez Jiménez (ULPGC)
- D. Héctor Guerrero Padrón (INTA)
- D. Antonio Puerta Notario (UMA)
- D. Ignacio Esquivias Moscardó (UPM) (Secretary)
An experimental validation of a wireless optical communication system within closed environments has been carried out throughout this work. OCDMA tecniques have been used in order to allow a high number of connections.