26 May 2015 OCCIMA: Optical Channel Characterization in Maritime Atmospheres
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The Navy is actively developing diverse optical application areas, including high-energy laser weapons and free- space optical communications, which depend on an accurate and timely knowledge of the state of the atmospheric channel. The Optical Channel Characterization in Maritime Atmospheres (OCCIMA) project is a comprehensive program to coalesce and extend the current capability to characterize the maritime atmosphere for all optical and infrared wavelengths. The program goal is the development of a unified and validated analysis toolbox. The foundational design for this program coordinates the development of sensors, measurement protocols, analytical models, and basic physics necessary to fulfill this goal.
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Steve Hammel, Steve Hammel, Dimitri Tsintikidis, Dimitri Tsintikidis, John deGrassie, John deGrassie, Colin Reinhardt, Colin Reinhardt, Kevin McBryde, Kevin McBryde, Eric Hallenborg, Eric Hallenborg, David Wayne, David Wayne, Kristofor Gibson, Kristofor Gibson, Galen Cauble, Galen Cauble, Ana Ascencio, Ana Ascencio, Joshua Rudiger, Joshua Rudiger, } "OCCIMA: Optical Channel Characterization in Maritime Atmospheres", Proc. SPIE 9467, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications VII, 946723 (26 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2178135; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2178135
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