Vol. 3, issue 11, article # 3

Korshunov V.A. Temporal and amplitude characteristics of optical pulsed radiation transmitted trough a cloudy layer. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 11. P. 1047-1051.
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Abstract:

The Monte Carlo method has been used to obtain the temporal and amplitude characteristics (TAC)of pulsed radiation transmitted through a cloudy layer in the case of perpendicular incidence of a wide unidirectional beam. TAC for the radiation intensity as a function of the angle of observation and for the radiation power with different angles of reception for optical thicknesses τ≤50 are obtained. The character of these dependences is mainly determined by the presence of two components of radiation -- diffuse and small-angle, which have different temporal scales and angular dependences.

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