Abstract

Analytical expressions are derived for the time-delayed statistics and the heterodyne signal power as a function of the transmitter–receiver spacing for the general case of a bistatic coherent lidar. The effect of the turbulence-induced correlation between the outgoing and return paths was included and the 5/3 law form of the wave structure function was used.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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