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This article deals with research of luminous sources which could be applied in indoor Free Space Optic (FSO) networks. Indoor FSO networks have potential to replace standard IEEE 802.11 in the future. Suitable selection and configuration of optical radiation sources can at the same time provide communication and lighting in indoor spaces. This article is engaged in spectral mergence of optical sources, willful suppression of part of emitted visible spectrum and consequential restoration of this optical spectrum.doi:10.15598/aeee.v11i3.808 fatcat:wmjq2ari5bd27h4gbc6qrlcbai