30 September 1999 Properties of Fourier telescopic images of remote rough objects
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The properties of the images of remote objects obtained by a method the Fourier-telescope are investigated depending on size of the receiving aperture. The essential role is played consideration of a object surface micro roughness. Is shown, that at the super-large receiving apertures intercepting all reflected energy, the image does not contain speckles and does not depend on a contour of a surface. At the apertures intercepting a part of a reflected energy, the image is fluctuated on luminosity also depends from macro- and micro roughness of a surface. The fluctuation of a image brightness (contrast) depending on sizes of the receiving aperture are investigated. The conclusions about optimum sizes of the receiving aperture are done.
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Peter Alexseevich Bakut, Peter Alexseevich Bakut, Valery I. Mandrosov, Valery I. Mandrosov, } "Properties of Fourier telescopic images of remote rough objects", Proc. SPIE 3815, Digital Image Recovery and Synthesis IV, (30 September 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.364139; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.364139
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