11 October 1989 Temporal Characteristics Of Turbulence-Induced Image Motion
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A prototype atmospheric turbulence 'seeing' monitor was upgraded to provide a means of freezing, capturing, and digitizing up to 35,000 frames of two-dimensional image data at rates up to 350 frames per second with submillisecond exposure times. Analysis of this data is presented, yielding crucial information about the frequency spectra of turbulence-induced angle-of-arrival fluctuations. This information is used to establish a range of measurement parameters which are suitable for characterizing the statistical nature of the fluctuations and to establish a practical means for experimentally determining periods of atmospheric stationarity.
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David B. Soules, David B. Soules, James J. Drexler, James J. Drexler, Arthur H. Waldie, Arthur H. Waldie, John A. Qualtrough, John A. Qualtrough, Frank D. Eaton, Frank D. Eaton, William A. Peterson, William A. Peterson, John R. Hines, John R. Hines, } "Temporal Characteristics Of Turbulence-Induced Image Motion", Proc. SPIE 1115, Propagation Engineering, (11 October 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.960875; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.960875

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