Document Type

Conference Paper

Publication Date

2007

Publication Source

Proceedings of the 2007 AMOS Conference

Abstract

We analyze various scenarios of the aperture effects in adaptive optical receiver-type systems when inhomogeneities of the wave propagation medium are distributed over long horizontal propagation path, or localized in a few thin layers remotely located from the receiver telescope pupil. Phase aberration compensation is performed using closed-loop control architectures based on phase conjugation and decoupled stochastic parallel gradient descent (DSPGD) control algorithms. Both receiver system aperture diffraction effects and the impact of wave-front corrector position on phase aberration compensation efficiency are analyzed for adaptive systems with single or multiple wave-front correctors.

Document Version

Published Version

Comments

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Publisher

Maui Economic Development Board

Place of Publication

Maui, HI