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2 March 2020 1.5 kHz adaptive optical system for free-space communication tasks
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Proceedings Volume 11272, Free-Space Laser Communications XXXII; 112721G (2020)
Event: SPIE LASE, 2020, San Francisco, California, United States
In tasks related to free-space communications, a significant role has a turbulent atmosphere which influences lead to a decrease in the efficiency of systems. Since the characteristic turbulence spectrum rarely exceeds 100 Hz for typical paths, it is proposed to use a discrete adaptive optical system with a frequency of 1500 frames per second to reduce the influence of the atmosphere. The structure of the system based on the use of FPGA as a computing device as well as the main results associated with the correction of both static and dynamic components of aberrations are presented.
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Alexey L. Rukosuev, Vadim N. Belousov, Ilya V. Galaktionov, Alexis V. Kudryashov, Alexander N. Nikitin, Vadim V. Samarkin, and Julia V. Sheldakova "1.5 kHz adaptive optical system for free-space communication tasks", Proc. SPIE 11272, Free-Space Laser Communications XXXII, 112721G (2 March 2020);


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