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We analyze the intensity-modulation frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) technique for lidar remote sensing in the context of its application to distributed media. The goal of the technique is the
reproduction of the sounded-medium profile along the emission path. A conceptual analysis is carried out to show the problems the basic version of the method presents for this application. The principal point is the appearance of a bandpass filtering effect, which seems to hinder its use in this context. A modified version of the technique is proposed to overcome this problem. A number of computer simulations confirm
the ability of the modified FMCW technique to sound distributed media.
CitationBatet, O. [et al.]. Intensity-modulated linear-frequency-modulated continuous-wave lidar for distributed media: fundamentals of technique. "Applied optics", 10 Juny 2010, vol. 49, núm. 17, p. 3369-3379.
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