Propagation of Multiwavelength Laser Radiation through Atmospheric Turbulence
Quarterly rept. 15 Sep-15 Dec 1972
OREGON GRADUATE CENTER BEAVERTON
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The report summarizes progress on three currently active efforts in the investigation of laser beam scintillations due to atmospheric turbulence. These topics are 1 multiwavelength scintillation over a long horizontal path with a very high integrated-path turbulence level 2 finite-beam or transmitter aperture effects including beam wander, spread, and scintillation and 3 turbulence intermittency effects.
- Atmospheric Physics
- Lasers and Masers