—Nowadays, the short range infrared wireless
communication has become the most popular technique in In
building communication. This paper has been described the
modeling of wireless infrared channel by using time domain
approach. Impulse response is the most imperative and critical
parameter in IR wireless channel modeling. The Non-directed,
Non-LOS IR (Diffuse) link configuration is taken into account
for the simulation study. Our major attention is to obtain the
received signal strength by moving the receiver at different
locations in the entire rectangular room and suggest the
specific area giving the maximum strength of the received
signal. In order to perform this task of receiver location
variability, the simulation analysis is carried out with the help
of the three dimensional (3-D) plot.
—IR wireless, IM/DD channel, Location
variability, Multipath Impulse response.
Prakash H. Patil is with Indira College of Engineering, University of Pune,
India (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dilip D. Shah is with the G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Pune,
Cite:Prakash H. Patil and Dilip D. Shah, "Analysis of Location Variability for Wireless Infrared Channel in Inbuilding Environment," Journal of Advances in Computer Networks vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 276-279, 2013.