Vol. 3, issue 08, article # 6

pdf Ivanov V. P. Modeling of the distribution of the near-IR atmospheric transmission. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 08. P. 759-762.
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An algorithm for constructing a model of the distribution function of the layer of the transmission of the atmosphere near the ground for radiation at the wavelength λ=1.064μm is studied. A model of atmospheric transmission as a function of the meteorological visibility range is developed. It is suggested that Johnson's distribution be used for the meteorological visibility range.


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