P802.15.7a - Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks - Part 15.7: Short-Range Optical Wireless Communications Amendment: Higher Speed, Longer Range Optical Camera Communication (OCC)
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This amendment defines a high-rate Optical Camera Communications (OCC) Physical Layer (PHY) using light wavelengths from 10 000 nm to 190 nm in optically transparent media. It is capable of delivering data rates up to 100 Mb/s and is designed for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint communication. Adaptation to varying channel conditions and maintaining connectivity during high mobility (speeds up to 350 km/h), flicker mitigation, RF co-existence, and a communication range of up to 200 m, are included. MIMO (e.g. MIMO-OFDM) is utilized to deal with high-levels of optical interference while maintaining high-rate data transmission. Relaying mechanisms are included enabling heterogeneous operation with existing RF wireless data communications standards. The Amendment adheres to applicable eye safety regulations.
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