Abstract

The significant atmospheric effects in stellar speckle interferometry may be simulated in a controlled laboratory experiment by imaging through appropriate photographic phase plates. Coupling such an imaging facility to a speckle camera with a video detector and processing image data by digital means have aided in technique and instrument development and verification. Laboratory results for system transfer functions and nonisoplanatic effects are presented.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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