Vol. 8, issue 10, article # 9

pdf Antoshkin L. V., Botygina N. N., Emaleev O. N., Lukin V. P. Efficiency of image correction when compensating for random wave-front tilt angles of radiation passed through the turbulent atmosphere. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1995. V. 8. No. 10. P. 1472-1479.
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Reported in this paper are the results of our investigation into the efficiency of correction for the distortions caused by atmospheric turbulence when image of a laser beam is formed with an adaptive optical system having closed contour of control over the total and local wave–front tilts when tracking over angular displacement of the whole image and its quadrants. It is shown in particular that the use of a segmented mirror with controllable tilt angles as a corrector improves the quality of imaging under conditions of strong turbulence.