24 February 2009 Average received intensity for optical beam of arbitrary field profile after propagation in turbulent atmosphere
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Employing our previously obtained formulation of the average received intensity for arbitrary optical beam in turbulent atmosphere, intensity patterns of already known and new source profiles are obtained. Arbitrary beam is defined as an incidence having arbitrary source field distribution which is produced by decomposing the source into pixels and assigning the related field to each pixel. For each source field originating from each pixel, incremental received field is found and the total received field is obtained by superposing the contributions from all the incremental received fields. Using the mentioned formula governing the arbitrary beam excitation in turbulence, average received intensity patterns for various types of beams such as cos-Gaussian, cosh-Gaussian, higher-order annular, flat-topped, general type and arbitrary beams are obtained. Our results can be applied in atmospheric optics communication links, reflection from rough surfaces, optical cryptography, optical imaging systems and propagation of partially coherent light.
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Çaglar Arpali, Çaglar Arpali, Yahya Baykal, Yahya Baykal, } "Average received intensity for optical beam of arbitrary field profile after propagation in turbulent atmosphere", Proc. SPIE 7200, Atmospheric Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves III, 720006 (24 February 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.812008; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.812008
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