Abstract

We report an observation of irregular giant intensity spikes in numerical wave-optics simulation of laser beam propagation in deep (volume) turbulence. The giant spikes’ physics-based origin, probability of appearance, and impact on intensity scintillation index are discussed.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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