1 July 1997 Performance simulations of a daylight low-order adaptive optics system with speckle postprocessing for observation of low-earth orbit satellites
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Optical Engineering, 36(7), (1997). doi:10.1117/1.601397
Abstract
Computer simulations are used to demonstrate the feasibility of operating a low-order adaptive optics system for observation of bright low-earth orbiting satellites during daylight hours. The system considered includes speckle postprocessing of partially compensated focal plane images to produce reconstructions with resolution near the diffraction limit of the telescope.
David Charles Dayton, Mary Jo Duncan, John D. Gonglewski, "Performance simulations of a daylight low-order adaptive optics system with speckle postprocessing for observation of low-earth orbit satellites," Optical Engineering 36(7), (1 July 1997). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.601397
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Signal to noise ratio

Wavefront sensors

Sensors

Adaptive optics

Speckle

Wavefronts

Device simulation

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