Vol. 2, issue 03, article # 19

pdf Budak V. P., Selivanov V. A. Electrical model of the atmospheric optical transfer function. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1989. V. 2. No. 03. P. 266-269.
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A simple electrical model of atmospheric optical transfer function is realized by RC-units. Utilization of electrical equivalent allows to visualize in real time image distortions inserted by the atmosphere with the parameter change.


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