Vol. 13, issue 11, article # 14

pdf Almaev R. Kh., Suvorov A. A. Intensity of a signal due to reflection from a phase-conjugating mirror in the absorbing turbulent atmosphere. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 2000. V. 13. No. 11. P. 975-978.
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The influence of fluctuations in the real and imaginary components of the dielectric constant of a random dissipative medium on the intensity of a signal reflected from a phase-conjugating mirror is studied. Manifestation of the effect of backscattering intensification with respect to the mean radiation intensity is analyzed. It is shown that in the considered case the effect of backscattering intensification is caused only by large-scale fluctuations of the imaginary component of the dielectric constant.