In this paper, the probability of fade is performed for the airborne laser communication systems considering both the atmospheric and aero-optic effects. The atmospheric fluctuation is characterized by the exponentiated Weibull (EW) fading channel. The novel analytical expression is derived for probability of fade according to Meijer’s G function. The probability of fade is demonstrated to the simulation data with the Gamma–Gamma and log-normal distributions. The probability of fade is obtained for different flight altitudes and propagation distances. The probability of fade is analyzed in the airborne laser communication systems under the effect of aperture averaging in weak-to-strong turbulence regime. Results suggest that the proposed EW model is valid in airborne laser communication with high altitude, especially in the lower values of the irradiance under atmospheric turbulence and aero-optics effect. The fading of outage performance can be effectively mitigated by aperture averaging. Furthermore, this work is helpful for the compensate technique of system performance on airborne optical communication system.
Optical Review – Springer Journals
Published: May 29, 2018
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