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Title: OPTIMUM LASER DETECTION
Authors: Agarwal, Mahesh C.
Keywords: ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
OPTIMUM-LASER DETECTION
LASER DETECTION
COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUE
Issue Date: 1971
Abstract: The Increasing sophistication of optical cospoflsnts and techniques, coabined with rapidly Increasing corinuntcr tion requirements suggests that optical sys4ems operating within the atmosphere may represent desirable solutionto real communicationproblems. The design of such systems is strongly influenced by considerations of atmospheric turbulsnce ► The promising alternative is the heterodyne system operating at 10.60. An attempt is mode to optimise a given system for a particular sot of performance parameters and with a fixed value of total system m cast. Computational technique is used for the evaluation of the optimum system parameters with a transmission wavelength of 10.60. The need for the development of adequate modulators and the study of different modulation techniques in view of the aspheric effects is contemplated
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/9046
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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