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A study on the error probability of optical system using kappa square analysis method
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A study on the error probability of optical system using kappa square analysis method
Ha, Eun-Sil;
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On the optical system and the system itself of the noise of the noise from the outside always present. This noise is to function as reducing performance of the optical system. Therefore, the probability of error, thereby changing the system. In this paper, the error probability of the optical system due to changes in various values by introducing the characteristic variable the value of the optical system was calculated using the -square method. Was confirmed also in accordance with the calculation result is an error probability of the optical system changes, it was confirmed that when the value of the holding case for holding the standard about 400 Lux on the probability of the optical system. This case was found to be an optical system using a light source with a low output, so that means the smaller output is no problem to maintain the error probability value of the optical system is large. This means that more effective and less expensive to implement because it means that the optical system does not require the use of pre-amplifier for amplifying the signal at the receiving end of an optical system using a light source with a low output when the normal case.
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