Analysis of Advanced CI Applications and Systems Performance
Interim rept. Oct 1979-Mar 1980
OPTICAL SCIENCES CO PLACENTIA CA
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In this report three problems associated with compensated imaging and adaptive optics are considered. Chapter 1 is concerned with the matter of the effect of turbulence induced intensity variations at an aperture upon the antenna gain achievable when the aperture is used as a laser transmitter. Chapter 2 treats a problem related to image recovery from speckle interferometry data - namely the question of ambiguity in the result when the image recovery is based on nonnegativity of intensity. Chapter 3 examines a concept for producing low voltage multielement adaptive optics deformable mirrors.