Development of methods for the assessment of vulnerability of the receiver input of free-space optical communication from the effects of radiation, as the effects of the destruction of radiation hazardous objects

Keywords: ionizing radiation, free-space optical communication, radiation effects, attenuation coefficient

Abstract

Object of research: Free-space optical communication (FSO).

Investigated problem: Significant advantages of free-space optical communication in comparison with the existing networks of useful data transmission justify their use in various complex environmental conditions, which require the organization of fast and reliable digital communication when it is impossible or limitation to use wired or radio lines.

Main scientific results: One of the factors that can considerably affect the FSO efficiency is radioactive radiation produced by various sources and phenomena of ionizing effects. In the research the issues of the assessment of the vulnerability of the FSO receivers of input signal from the effects of gamma radiation are directly considered. The analysis of the design of the receiving path of the input signal of FSO is conducted and the list and the partial attenuation coefficients of radioactive radiation by the FSO components that separate the receiver of input signal from the external environment are determined.

The area of practical use of research results: The methods has been developed and with its help the assessment of the vulnerability of the FSO receivers of input signal from the effects of gamma radiation, as the effects of the destruction of the radiation-hazardous object has been conducted.

Innovative technological product: The nature of the influence of gamma radiation as the effects of the destruction of the radiation-hazardous object on the FSO receiver of input signal is determined.

Scope of application of an innovative technological product: The results allow to develop a set of measures aimed at reducing the effects of gamma radiation, as the effects of the destruction of the radiation-hazardous object, on the FSO efficiency.

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Author Biographies

Nazarii Blazhennyi, State University of Telecommunications

Senior Lecturer

Department of Mobile and Video Information Technologies

Oleksandr Turovsky, National Aviation University

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor

Department of Information Security

Liudmyla Kyrpach, State University of Telecommunications

Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor

Department of Mobile and Video Information Technologies

Yana Kremenetskaya, State University of Telecommunications

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor

Department of Mobile and Video Information Technologies

Olena Zhukova, State University of Telecommunications

Senior Lecturer

Department telecommunication systems and networks

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2021-06-30
How to Cite
Blazhennyi, N., Turovsky, O., Kyrpach, L., Kremenetskaya, Y., & Zhukova, O. (2021). Development of methods for the assessment of vulnerability of the receiver input of free-space optical communication from the effects of radiation, as the effects of the destruction of radiation hazardous objects. ScienceRise, (3), 21-28. https://doi.org/10.21303/2313-8416.2021.001919
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Innovative technologies in industry