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As it happens, GA techniques are well suited to this challenge, as they naturally include optimisation methods which are not rigid, but are flexible. Additionally, the multichannel approach using OFDM can be extended to a range of other scenarios using optical wireless carriers, and the optimisation of the parameters for different optical environments, such as within other optical media, remains an interesting area to consider. Integration of Optical Wireless with RF systems is a valuable area to consider, as it can therefore lead to the “holy grail” of a seamless communications infrastructure.
Loran employs the groundwave components of the transmitted signals for position determination, since their propagation velocities are normally exceptionally stable in time. However, noise affects the received signals. Also, various propagation effects and the front-end filters of receivers alter the shapes of the received pulses. These factors all lead to inaccuracies in the measured positions. So, too, do unwanted skywave signal components received via ionospheric paths. Historically, the ability of Loran-C receivers to resist this skywave contamination was its 29 Application of Novel Signal Processing Algorithms for the Detection and Minimization of Skywave major advantage over earlier continuous-wave low-frequency navigation aids.
Higgins, M. , Green, R. , & Leeson, M. S. (2008). Genetic algorithm channel control for indoor optical wireless communications. In International Conference on International Transparent Optical Networks, ICTON 2008. (pp. 189–192). Green, R. , Higgins, M. , & Leeson, M. S. (2008). Recent developments in indoor optical wireless systems. IET Communications, 2(1), 3–10. 1049/iet-com:20060475 Higgins, M. , Green, R. , & Leeson, M. S. (2009). A genetic algorithm method for optical wireless channel control.