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In recent years, spacial agencies have shown a growing interest in optical wireless as an alternate to wired and radio-frequency communications [one,a pair of]. The employment of these techniques for intra-spacecraft communications reduces the effect of take-off acceleration and vibrations on the systems by avoiding the necessity for rugged connectors and provides a important mass reduction. Diffuse transmission also eases the look method as terminals will be placed nearly anywhere while not a tight planification to make sure the correct system behaviour. Previous studies [3,4] have compared the performance of radio-frequency and infrared optical communications. In an intra-satellite environment optical techniques facilitate scale back EMI related issues, and their main disadvantages - multipath dispersion and the need for line-of-sight - can be neglected due to the reduced cavity size. Channel studies  demonstrate that the impact of the channel can be neglected in tiny environments if knowledge bandwidth is lower than some tons of MHz.
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