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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 4976

Atmospheric Propagation
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Volume Number: 4976
Date Published: 30 April 2003
Softcover: 25 papers (250) pages
ISBN: 9780819447760

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Atmospheric propagation characteristics of highest importance to commercial free space optics
Author(s): Eric J. Korevaar; Isaac I. Kim; Bruce McArthur
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Tilt anisoplanatism in extended turbulence propagation
Author(s): Eric P. Magee; Matthew R. Whiteley; Shashikala T Das; Byron M. Welsh
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Synthetic aperture ladar resolution through turbulence
Author(s): Thomas J. Karr
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General formulation for light propagation and imaging through atmospheric turbulence and naturally derived turbulence measurement procedures
Author(s): T. Stewart McKechnie
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Diurnal variations in multiple optical ground-site availability
Author(s): David A. Nahrstedt
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The geometrical optics approach to atmospheric propagation models
Author(s): Stephen M. Doss-Hammel
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Phase diffuser at the transmitter for lasercom link: effect of partially coherent beam on the bit-error rate
Author(s): Olga Korotkova; Larry C. Andrews; Ronald L. Phillips
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Account of an optical beam spreading caused by turbulence for the problem of partially coherent wavefield propagation through inhomogeneous absorbing media
Author(s): Vadim V. Dudorov; Valerii V. Kolosov
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Beam propagation in multiple scattering media
Author(s): Arnold D. Kim; Joseph B. Keller; Miguel Moscoso
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Discussion of the direct detection Rx-power distribution as derived from intensity statistics and comparison with measurements
Author(s): Nicolas Perlot; Dirk Giggenbach; Hermann Bischl; Florian X. David
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Dual-function adaptive optics to mitigate atmospheric effects in a laser communication system
Author(s): Robert K. Tyson
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Measurement of atmospheric turbulence parameters relevant to adaptive optic system design
Author(s): Anil K. Razdan
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Long-term near-ground optical scintillation measurements
Author(s): Dirk Giggenbach; Hennes Henniger; Florian X. David
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Phase fluctuations in moderate to strong turbulence
Author(s): Cynthia Y. Young; Aaron J. Masino; Fredrick Thomas
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Moderately strong theory applied to second-order statistics
Author(s): Aaron J. Masino; Cynthia Y. Young; Fredrick Thomas
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Conversion of high-power femtosecond laser pulse to supercontinuum in atmospheric air
Author(s): Olga G. Kosareva; Valerii P. Kandidov; Ilya S. Golubtsov; See-Leang Chin
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Linear and nonlinear optical effects in aerosol particles stimulated by femtosecond laser pulse
Author(s): Alexander A. Zemlyanov; Yuri E. Geints
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Vector theory of femtosecond laser pulse propagation in gaseous medium
Author(s): Mingwei Liu; Hong Guo; Yunli Qiu; Hua Tang
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Experimental evaluation of spot dancing of laser beam in atmospheric propagation using high-speed camera
Author(s): Moriya Nakamura; Makoto Akiba; Toshiaki Kuri; Naoki Ohtani
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Effect of atmospheric turbulence on ranging performance of laser rangefinder
Author(s): Guangshan Lu; Yi Yang
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Free-space ultrashort pulsed-beam propagation beyond the paraxial approximation
Author(s): Dongmei Deng; Hong Guo; Guangshan Lu; Xiquan Fu; Fahuai Yi
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Far-field characteristics of pulsed spherical beams
Author(s): Guangshan Lu; Hong Guo; Dongmei Deng
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Propagation of a laser beam through vapor media
Author(s): Anurup Gohain Barua; Gauranga Dhar Baruah
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Characteristics of lidar returned signals from wavy water surface
Author(s): Yong Ma; Dan Tan
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Impact of atmospheric effects in free-space optics transmission systems
Author(s): Erich Leitgeb; M. Gebhart; Peter Fasser; Josef Bregenzer; J. Tanczos
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