Vol. 5, issue 12, article # 8

Kislov V. I. Optimal phase field distribution according to maximum flux criterion in transmitting radiation to a randomly placed receiver. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1992. V. 5. No. 12. P. 826-829.    PDF
Copy the reference to clipboard


To determine an optimum phase distribution (PD) of a field the integral equation is obtained which generalizes the law of a phase conjugation for the stochastic optical fields. Investigations have been carried out using the method of phase approximation for the Green's functions and the variational methods. The energy criterion of an optical transmitter quality is proposed. In the absence of medium inhomogeneities the optimization of the PD makes it possible to compensate partially for the diffraction influence, random errors in aiming and receiver installation, and to increase the radiation power flux at the receiver by about 10%.