Vol. 7, issue 11-12, article # 12

Banakh V.A., Chen B.-N. Quality of imaging of objects illuminated with a coherent light in a randomly inhomogeneous medium. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1994. V. 7. No. 11-12. P. 827-830.
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Abstract:

The effect of correlation of counter waves on the quality of imaging through a randomly-inhomogeneous medium is analyzed in the paper. It is shown that correlation of the wave incident on the object and reflected one causes an improvement of a point-source image quality as well as an improvement in resolution of the image of a two-point object. The effect becomes stronger in the case when the transmitting aperture and the aperture of receiving telescope are close.

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