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1 September 1991 Development of 1- and 2-μm coherent Doppler lidars for atmospheric sensing
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Coherent Doppler lidar has been studied for a wide range of velocity sensing applications. While most of the developed coherent lidars use 10 micrometers CO2 laser sources, the newly emerging solid-state lasers at 1-2 micrometers are being actively investigated for use as efficient and long-lived optical sources in remote sensing applications. This paper reviews recent work in the development of 1 and 2 micrometers coherent Doppler lidars for atmospheric sensing.
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Kin Pui Chan and Dennis K. Killinger "Development of 1- and 2-μm coherent Doppler lidars for atmospheric sensing", Proc. SPIE 1492, Earth and Atmospheric Remote Sensing, (1 September 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.45839
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