1 April 1995 New method for acquiring a high-resolution atmospheric Rayleigh-Mie spectrum
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Abstract
A new method using an atomic-resonance filter and deconvolution techniques has been developed to acquire high-resolution spectra of atmospheric Rayleigh-Mie scattering. In the deconvolution process, the difticulty of the undetermined division 0/0 is overcome by a fitting method. Preliminary laboratory experimental results on 90-deg scattering show that with a signal-to-noise ratio of 20, the scattered Rayleigh-Mie spectrum may be retrieved in agreement with the theoretical analysis.
Yifang Wu, Yifang Wu, Yiping Zhao, Yiping Zhao, Fan Yang, Fan Yang, Aimin Xiong, Aimin Xiong, JunXiong Tang, JunXiong Tang, Lemin Zheng, Lemin Zheng, } "New method for acquiring a high-resolution atmospheric Rayleigh-Mie spectrum," Optical Engineering 34(4), (1 April 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.196565 . Submission:
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