Portland State University. Department of Applied Science
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Applied Science
Lasers, Atmospheric turbulence
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This report describes the instrumentation which is currently being utilized at the Oregon Graduate Center in a study of atmospheric turbulence effects on the long-range propagation of visible and infrared laser beams, with independent measurements of the turbulence parameters. The specially designed instrumentation includes portions of an Analog Computer; a special Differential Thermometer; a Laser Modulator; and auxiliary meteorological instruments; which were developed by the author. Sample experimental results are given in the report.
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