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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0885

Free-Space Laser Communication Technologies
Editor(s): David L. Begley; Gerhard A. Koepf
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0885
Date Published: 2 May 1988
Softcover: 27 papers (217) pages
ISBN: 9780892529209

Table of Contents
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The History Of Space Laser Communications
Author(s): Monte Ross
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Laser Communications Airborne Testbed: Potential For An Air-To-Satellite Laser Communications Link
Author(s): Robert J. Feldmann
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Space Station-Based Deep-Space Optical Communication Experiments
Author(s): Chien-Chung Chen; Jon A. Schwartz
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Airborne Laser Communications Scintillation Measurements And Model: A Comparison Of Results
Author(s): Robert J. Feldmann; Steven K. Rogers
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Modulation Techniques For Deep-Space Pulse-Position Modulation (PPM) Optical Communication
Author(s): Marc D. Rayman; Deborah L. Robinson
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Direct Detection Lasercom With The Sun In The Field Of View
Author(s): Robert T Carlson
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Experimental And Preoperational Optical Intersatellite Links
Author(s): M. Wittig; G. Oppenhaeuser; A. Hahne
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Systems Issues Related To The Development And Use Of Optical Intersatellite Crosslinks
Author(s): J. D. Barry
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Isl Performance Requirements To Meet Integrated Services Digital Network Standards*
Author(s): Robert A. Peters
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Application Of Intersatellite Links To Operational Satellite Systems
Author(s): Robert A Peters; Gerald J. P. Lo
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Optical Coherent Transmission For Intersatellite Links
Author(s): E. Franchini; J. J. Bernard
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Power Penalty For Optical Free-Space Data Links Due To Background Illumination
Author(s): Walter R. Leeb
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Experimental Investigation Of The Influence Of Tracking Errors On The Performance Of Free-Space Laser Links
Author(s): A. F. Popescu; P. Huber; W. Reiland
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High-Power Diode Lasers For Space Communications: A Review
Author(s): D. Botez
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Reliability Of AlGaas/Gaas Laser Diodes Grown By Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition
Author(s): D. Dreisewerd; W. Fritz; D. Begley; S. Schwedt; G. Elliott
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High-Power 0.87µm Channel Substrate Planar Lasers For Spaceborne Communications
Author(s): J. C. Connolly; T. R. Stewart; D. B. Gilbert; S. E. Slavin; D. B. Carlin; M. Ettenberg
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Experimental Verification Of The Pointing Error Distribution Of An Optical Intersatellite Link
Author(s): R. D. Nelson; T. H. Ebben; R. G. Marshalek
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A Laser Communication Experiment Utilizing The ACT Satellite And An Airborne Laser Transceiver
Author(s): C. Provencher; Rod Spence
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Laser Communication Terminals With Automatic Video Tracking
Author(s): G. S. Mecherle; J. D. Barry
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On-Ground Experiment Of A Full-Scale CO[sub]2[/sub] Laser Transceiver For Free-Space Communications
Author(s): Werner Reiland; Alexandru Popescu
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Studies Of Laser Ranging To The TOPEX Satellite
Author(s): Jon A. Schwartz
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An Aperture Shared Laser Diode Array Beam Combiner
Author(s): D. L. Begley; W. L. Casey; D. W. Martin
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Diffraction-Limited Tracking For Space Communication
Author(s): J. A. Breisacher
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Solid State Lasers For Space Communications
Author(s): D. Krebs
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Measurements On A 2 Km Broadband Atmospheric Optical Communications Link For Video And Data
Author(s): P. S. Venkatesan; R. Natarajan; C. G. Forbes; R. H. Brandwein; E. McSorley; R. Lamerdin; R. Dell
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CO2 Optical Bistability For 10.6µm Digital Laser Communication
Author(s): Da i Far; Le Shixiao; Song Ruhua
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A Compact Implementation Of A Real Time Acousto-Optic Synthetic Aperture Radar Processor
Author(s): Kamran Shaik; James R. Lesh; Hamid Hemmati
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