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CHARACTERISTICS OF RADIATION PROPAGATION THROUGH A FIBER-OPTIC ELEMENT,
ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER WASHINGTON D C
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The propagation of radiation in a fiber-optic element has been studied. It is shown that radiation is split into six components, each having its own specific aperture characteristics when emerging from the element. Light diffusion at the exit of the element is determined from calculation of the aperture characteristics of the individual components. Theoretical conclusions are confirmed experimentally.
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