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3 October 2006 Development of a direct-detection wind lidar based on Fizeau interferometer
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Fringe technique is preferred to edge technique of wind measurement in troposphere for a direct-detect Doppler wind lidar. However, most fringe-technique based Doppler lidar systems have been developed to date are based on conventional Fabry-perot interferometer. The purpose of this paper is to introduce our development of fringe-technique lidar based on Fizeau interferometer in which the signal can be detected more conveniently using commercial linear detector. The pre-development of the lidar system is described including interferometer's optimum design, the frequency stabilization of Fizeau interferometer and the choice of multi-anode detector. In additional, the wind error of the system is simulated with taking account of Rayleigh noise. Results shows that the wind error can be less than 0.56m/s under 5 km with 30s integral time.
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Lingbing Bu, Jiqiao Liu, Jun Zhou, Ting Yu, and Weibiao Chen D.V.M. "Development of a direct-detection wind lidar based on Fizeau interferometer", Proc. SPIE 6367, Lidar Technologies, Techniques, and Measurements for Atmospheric Remote Sensing II, 63670X (3 October 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.689296
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