Vol. 27, issue 11, article # 1

Kablukova E.G., Kargin B.A., Lisenko A.A., Matvienko G.G., Chesnokov E.N. Numerical statistical simulation of terahertz radiation propagation in cloudiness. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2014. V. 27. No. 11. P. 939-948 [in Russian].
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Abstract:

The numerical estimates of the time distribution of the terahertz LIDAR based on the Novosibirsk Free Electron Laser radiation reflected by the lower cloudiness boundary are obtained by Monte Carlo method taking into account  specific initial and boundary geometrical optical conditions, the cloudiness type, and water vapor attenuation along the sensing path. The location signal structure is analyzed as dependent on the multiple scattering background, wavelengths, water vapor concentration in the atmosphere. It is shown that intensity gradient of the reflected signal grows with the attenuation coefficient. Ratios between the contributions of single and multiple scattering in the echo signal structure are estimated depending on the optical depth of sensing.

Keywords:

terahertz range, remote sensing, method Monte Carlo, local estimates

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