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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 6878

Atmospheric Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves II
Editor(s): Olga Korotkova
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 6878
Date Published: 7 February 2008
Softcover: 10 papers (122) pages
ISBN: 9780819470539

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Front Matter: Volume 6878
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Recent results on optical scintillation in the presence of beam wander
Author(s): Larry C. Andrews; Ronald L. Phillips
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The evolution of vortex beams in atmospheric turbulence
Author(s): Greg Gbur
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Ensemble forecasting of high-impact stratospheric optical turbulence
Author(s): Alex Mahalov; Mohamed Moustaoui
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A first principles atmospheric propagation & characterization tool: the laser environmental effects definition and reference (LEEDR)
Author(s): Steven T. Fiorino; Richard J. Bartell; Matthew J. Krizo; Gregory L. Caylor; Kenneth P. Moore; Thomas R. Harris; Salvatore J. Cusumano
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Decibels versus dollars: long-range atmospheric optical communications on a tight budget
Author(s): Christopher Long; Michael Groth; Clinton Turner
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Forming a localized beacon on a non-cooperative extended target through turbulent atmosphere
Author(s): Anatoliy Khizhnyak; Vladimir Markov; Frank Wu
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All-optical image sharpness sensor for propagation and imaging
Author(s): Kristin N. Walker; Robert K. Tyson
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Spectroscopic analysis of fluorescent aerosols with a compact chamber
Author(s): Bernard Déry; Jean-Robert Simard; Réal Vallée
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Simulations of mesospheric sodium guidestar radiance
Author(s): John Telle; Jack Drummond; Paul Hillman; Craig Denman
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The effect of the jet-stream on the intensity of laser beams propagating along slanted paths in the upper layers of the turbulent atmosphere
Author(s): Olga Korotkova; Nathan Farwell
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