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29 March 1996 CO2 dial transmitter/receiver noise characterization and related correlated noise issues
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Our approach concerning the development of hard target return CO2 DIAL transmitter/receiver systems is two phased: (1) through analysis and experiment, develop a fundamental understanding of the transmitter/receiver physics specific to DIAL systems and (2) apply these fundamentals in the development of optimal performance DIAL transmitter/receiver systems. We present our progress and results towards these objectives with the following topics addressed: a general overview of the DIAL transmitter/receiver system characterization effort with a focus on transceiver noise processes. The effects of correlated noise on DIAL performance, especially those effecting statistical convergence over long sample structures, is introduced. And, preliminary measurements of a low-noise, `white' receiver prototype are presented.
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Bradly J. Cooke, Mark J. Schmitt, Roy M. Goeller, Stephen J. Czuchlewski, Kenneth R. Fuller, Nicholas L. Olivas, Bryan E. Laubscher, and Robert K. Sander "CO2 dial transmitter/receiver noise characterization and related correlated noise issues", Proc. SPIE 2702, Gas and Chemical Lasers, (29 March 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.236865
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