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FSO-CDMA Systems Supporting end-to-end Network Slicing

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A new flexible, secure FSO-CDMA system supporting end-to-end network resource slicing is proposed and investigated. New mathematical formalisms considering distinct turbulence conditions are derived. The system supports different applications, use cases, and traffic requirements.

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