Atmospheric-turbulence-induced power-fade statistics for a multiaperture optical reciever
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To estimate the probability distributions of power fades, we consider two basic types of disturbance in electromagnetic wave propagation through atmospheric turbulence: wave-front intensity fluctuations and wave-front distortion. We assess the reduction in the cumulative probability of losses caused by these two effects through spatial diversity by using a multiaperture receiver configuration. Degradations in receiver performance are determined with fractal techniques used to simulate the turbulence-induced wave-front phase distortion, and a log normal model is assumed for the collected power fluctuations. © 1997 Optical Society of America
CitationBelmonte, A., Comeron, A., Rubio, J., Bara, F., Fernández, E. Atmospheric-turbulence-induced power-fade statistics for a multiaperture optical reciever. "Applied optics", Gener 1997, vol. 36, núm. 33, p. 8632-8638.
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