12 August 1988 Attenuation And Scattering Meters Designed For Estimating Laser System Performance
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Abstract
During the last years two new measurement systems are developed at FOA: the mobile profiling Hydro Optic Sensor System (ROSS) and the Anchored Daylight Attenuation Monitor (ADAM). The main objective of these efforts is to get reference data for the performance evaluation of laser systems. Both the systems measure daylight attenuation and HOSS measures transmission, back- and forward scattering as well. ADAM is placed within a test area together with a number of meteorological and hydrological sensors. All optical sensors are active in the blue-green (530-540 nm) part of the spectrum. In this part optical systems in the Baltic show optimum range performance.
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S Svensson, S Svensson, C Ekstrom, C Ekstrom, B Ericson, B Ericson, J Lexander, J Lexander, } "Attenuation And Scattering Meters Designed For Estimating Laser System Performance", Proc. SPIE 0925, Ocean Optics IX, (12 August 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.945725; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.945725
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