Abstract

Polychromatic imaging through turbulence using monochromatic adaptive optics is degraded by multi-wavelength scintillation. Resultant weak-regime correction error variances are proportional (not equal) to Rytov log-amplitude variances. Wave-optic simulations validate coefficients derived from spatial filters.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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