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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Pulsed, Coherent, Infrared Doppler lidar - Characteristics And Data
Author(s): M J. Post; R . A. Richter; R . M. Hardesty; T. R . Lawrence; F. F. Hall Jr.
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Paper Abstract

We describe detailed performance characteristics of NOAA's pulsed, coherent, hybrid TEA, CO2 Doppler lidar. Included are acoustically generated inter-pulse frequency jitter of the hybrid cavity, on-line center and off-line center plasma-generated intra-pulse chirp, and transmitter-receiver feed-through isolation. Data processing and display are discussed. Data taken in the clear atmosphere into the stratosphere, including VAD scans For mesoscale convergence, are presented, as well as calibration procedures.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 April 1982
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 0300, Physics and Technology of Coherent Infrared Radar I, (30 April 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.932577
Show Author Affiliations
M J. Post, NOAA/ERL/Wave Propagation Laboratory (United States)
R . A. Richter, NOAA/ERL/Wave Propagation Laboratory (United States)
R . M. Hardesty, NOAA/ERL/Wave Propagation Laboratory (United States)
T. R . Lawrence, NOAA/ERL/Wave Propagation Laboratory (United States)
F. F. Hall Jr., NOAA/ERL/Wave Propagation Laboratory (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0300:
Physics and Technology of Coherent Infrared Radar I
Robert C. Harney, Editor(s)

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